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    Help a brother out...again!

    Looking for a little help gentlemen.

    Need to replace the fuel pump and I was curious if anyone had a link to a 'trap door' or 'access panel' post/site. If possible preferably with pictures. Also, what pump should I buy. I called Autozone and they have a pump for around $300-$400. I've read about a Walbro 255 pump that is a better pump and cheaper ( $129.99 ). Does this Walbro pump have all the same components of the more expensive pump? Upon answering this, what pump should I buy? I'm not looking for performance, just to get my car up and running.

    Thanks

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    try installuniversity.com or shbox.com

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    300 to 400 for a 255 LPH internal pump is way to expensive. A 255 should be fine for your car though but just make sure you don't pay that much for one. An intank Walbro pump should be right around 130.00 bucks.
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    Check out Harris Speed Works (sponsor) and get a racetronix kit. It's really the only way to go and you'll be happy that you did. Also, just bite the bullet and drop your tank. Your car won't be hacked up and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you did the job right.

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