Delphi New Fuel Pump Module Assemblies and Hanger Pump Cover More than 
800,000 Vehicles on the Road Today – UnderhoodService

Delphi New Fuel Pump Module Assemblies and Hanger Pump Cover More than 
800,000 Vehicles on the Road Today

Delphi announces the addition of 10 new fuel pump module assemblies and one new hanger pump assembly to its comprehensive fuel pump product portfolio. The new fuel pump module assemblies cover Ford and GM applications for more than 680,000 cars and trucks in the United States and Canada, including the popular 2007-2008 Chevrolet Malibu.

Delphi announces the addition of 10 new fuel pump module assemblies and one new hanger pump assembly to its comprehensive fuel pump product portfolio. The new fuel pump module assemblies cover Ford and GM applications for more than 680,000 cars and trucks in the United States and Canada, including the popular 2007-2008 Chevrolet Malibu.             

Each part is designed to meet or exceed all OE vehicle manufacturer performance specifications, these new fuel pump assemblies are built with OE-validated parts and include OEM-grade wiring, electrical connectors and level sensor assemblies that deliver increased performance, durability and reliability over other aftermarket fuel pumps that are often built with lower-quality materials.          

Learn more about Delphi at delphi.com/am or visit go.delphi.com for specific part information. Inventory will be available mid Q3 2012.

 

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