ARE THEY THE SAME on 1990 Toyota Corolla

THE FUEL PUMP'S ON THE FWD AND THE ALL WHEEL DRIVE THE SAME PART # ?

by in Mountain City, TN on February 25, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 25, 2009
I looked up the pump and the same part number shows up for both models but I see different strainers available from some of the manufacturers. Remember some manufacturers will void the warranty on the fuel pump if you install without a new strainer
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