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    Default 99 silverado fuel pump Qs

    is there a way to tell which pump I need with out dropping the tank or lifting the bed? Its calling for a TCF or TCU.

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    im asking this because locally they run from $260-320 and online i see them for $150-200 for the same part. I just dont want to do it twice to replace it once

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    Is that an rpo number? Is that number located on the label in your glove box? From multiple past posts, many people recommend only using a Delphi or AC delco pump. The aftermarket pumps have a poor record.

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    I would suspect that the pump is based on engine size. I also agree storngly to go with Delco or Delphi for the pump, lest there shall be much sadness later.
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    the tCF OR TCU is on all replacement pumps, one has 1 connector and the other has 2

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    my guess is you need an MU1613 fuel pump this is the tcf which is a vehicle with fuel tank evap emissions controls.

    ALWAYS USE YOUR VIN # TO PURCHASE THE CORRECT FUEL PUMP !

    cost for the ac delco / delphi is about $200-250.oo

    airtex stay away .

    with the pick up remove the bed 8 bolts. use a penitrating oil first. then disconnect the fuel filler. then tilt bed or best remove the bumper to frame bolts. then lift BED up 2 inches to remove bumper . slide bed back about 18 inches for pump access. blow off wash off all debris . spray lube on lock ring then release lock tab and unscrew lock ring. the lines come off easy. the connectors may require replacing to match the new pump. with emissions 2 connectors because on is to the pressure sensor. [fuel cap code p0449]

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    how do you use you vin number to find a pump?

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    PM your VIN. I will let you know the GM part #

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