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Old 29 Aug 2010, 03:35 pm
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I'm having bogging issues with my wife's 2004 Turbo PT Cruiser. I'm planning on changing out the fuel pump, but I want to make sure that I've found the right one:

Airtex 110-E7206 - Airtex Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps

Here's the url: Airtex 110-E7206 - Airtex Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps - Application -

Can I get confirmation on this?


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Old 29 Aug 2010, 04:07 pm
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Welcome to the Forum, what else have you tried first. You have to drop the fuel tank to replace the pump.

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Old 29 Aug 2010, 07:41 pm
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I agree with the above. Only replace the fuel pump as a last resort. It will be an expensive and time consuming job if it doesn't solve the problem.

If you're sure it's the fuel pump, I'd recommend against those pumps. They look like universal pumps. Get one that's made specifically for your car, not a universal one that may just happen to fit.
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