Delphi holds more than 30 OE proprietary innovations and 150 patents in fuel module and pump design. All pumps are tested for durability up to 150,000 miles. Delphi OE engineering and testing processes enable them to create smart, durable, electric fuel pumps with features that resist failure.
Why Do Fuel Pumps Fail?
Fuel pumps typically operate for seven to ten years before failure. Premature failures are most commonly caused by one of the following reasons:
Excessive Hot/Cold Environments
Excessively running a vehicle on a near empty tank which prevents the pump from being fully submerged causing it to overheat
The Delphi Difference
Increased terminal size and enhanced connectors eliminate excessive electrical resistance, improve heat dissipation and boost current flow capacity
OE fuel vapor pressure sensor conforms to ECM the EVAP emissions system is performing to specifications
Fill limit vent valve vents fuel tank and shuts off tank fill nozzle
Integrated fuel pressure regulator maintains pressure at fuel rail
High durability gold compound fuel level sensor for improved long-term sensor integrity
Patented Gen IV turbine pump provides better pumping with less energy use and withstands today's harsh alcohol fuel blends
OE-testing ensures the pump can withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -25 to 150F
Tested in corrosive, contaminated E22 and E95 fuel blends to ensure long life
Delphi Fuel Pumps: Why Choose Delphi
Fuel Pump Replacement: Do it right the first time!
Prior to Replacing Pump, check:
Fuel Pump Fuse(s)
Fuel Pump Relay
Voltage at the Pump - test for bad wiring
Voltage drop test - corroded connector, bad wiring
Fuel System Pressure - test for pump pressure being outside accepted range
When Replacing Pump, also:
Replace the Fuel Filter
Replace the Fuel Strainer
Clean / Flush Tank
Refill with fresh, uncontaminated fuel
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.