New Jersey: 7.5%,
New York: 7.5%
Direct replacement for the following OE/Alternate part numbers:
GCA355, E2111, E2471, E8213, E8229, E8271, E8404, E8532, EP494, EP318, EP370, EP372, EP394, EP472, EP474, 69697, 69496, 69248, 69691, 69487, 69722, 69752, 15100-57B10, 15100-57B20, 15100-57B01 15100-61A02, 15100-80C01, 15100-80C02. Please make sure you are purchasing correct part by cross-checking indicated OEM reference numbers (codes) against the number(s) found on your current unit. If you can't locate part numbers, prior to ordering we suggest you to contact local dealership or ask your mechanic. !!! IMPORTANT: YOU MUST CROSS-CHECK OE REFERENCE PART NUMBERS PRIOR TO ORDERING THIS PART. THE NUMBER FOUND ON YOUR OLD UNIT SHOULD MATCH AGAINST AT LEAST ONE NUMBER INDICATED BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR NUMBER LISTED HERE, PLEASE DO NOT BUY! THE LIST OF MAKES/MODELS PRESENTED FOR THE REFERENCE ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE YOUR GUIDE TO FIND COMPATIBILITY !!!
Item Specifics: Condition: new Placement on vehicle: rear VOLTS: 12V WIDE OPEN FLOW: 150 L/H PRESSURE: 3 BAR / 42 psi SHUT-OFF PRESSURE: 5.5 BAR / 80 psi OE Manufacturer's Reference Codes: AIRTEX: E2111, E2471, E8213, E8229, E8271, E8404, E8532 AC-DELCO: EP494, EP318, EP370, EP372, EP394, EP472, EP474 BOSCH: 69697, 69496, 69248, 69691, 69487, 69722, 69752 WALBRO: GCA355 MITSUBISHI: UC-T30Z SUZUKI: 15100-57B10, 15100-57B20, 15100-57B01 15100-61A02, 15100-80C01, 15100-80C02
Fits the following list of vehicles: Make: Model: Engine: Year: FORD ASPIRE: L4 1.3L 1994-1997 GEO TRACKER L4 1.6L 1989-1995 MAZDA MIATA L4 1.8L 1999-2005 SUZUKI SAMURAI L4 1.3L 1990-1995 SUZUKI SIDEKICK L4 1.6L 1991-1995 *May fit some other models not listed. In many modern cars the fuel pump is usually electric and located inside of the fuel tank. The pump creates positive pressure in the fuel lines, pushing the gasoline to the engine. The higher gasoline pressure raises the boiling point. Placing the pump in the tank puts the component least likely to handle gasoline vapor well (the pump itself) farthest from the engine, submersed in cool liquid. Another benefit to placing the pump inside the tank is that it is less likely to start a fire. Though electrical components (such as a fuel pump) can spark and ignite fuel vapors, liquid fuel will not explode (see explosive limit) and therefore submerging the pump in the tank is one of the safest places to put it. In most cars, the fuel pump delivers a constant flow of gasoline to the engine; fuel not used is returned to the tank. List of models presented for reference only, in order to determine compatibility please refer to the OE Manufacturer's codes indicated above and cross-check with the codes found on your current unit. Compare to the dealer's price and save a lot!