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METZGER
genuine, Fuel Supply Unit
2250085
£177.28
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2250087
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2250083
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PIERBURG
Fuel Supply Unit
7.02552.41.0
£177.34
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7.05656.07.0
£127.67
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Fuel Supply Unit
7.05656.08.0
£136.30
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The intricate working life of fuel pump parts

The way in which the fuel pump works is quite complex, but looking at its job description, we can see why this is the case. The fuel must be pumped out to the carburettors by a power-driven pump located on the crankcase. The pump is then activated into the pinion shaft. This is a meticulous procedure and has to be 100% correct. This is the reason why your fuel pump parts must be in perfect working order at all times. All fuel pump parts are essential in every vehicle.

Some of the most significant fuel pump parts

The main fuel pump is made up of a lower and upper assembly. The lower assembly holds the actuating plunger, while the upper assembly of the fuel pump houses an outlet and inlet valve, as well as the all-important fuel filter. These are some of the most important fuel pump parts, although the only thing that might be familiar to the average driver is the fuel filter. It is possible to replace only one or two of your fuel pump parts when something is not functioning as well as it should. Just remember to have the whole system seen to regularly, to ensure that everything is working as perfectly as it should be, and that you don’t have any problems when you least expect it.

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