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Old 11-04-2012, 07:24 PM   #393
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For the short term, you can add fuel and probably keep the tank no lower than 1/2 tank and you will likely be able to still drive the car.

If you are a DIY person, you could order your pump from BMA Parts tomorrow and may even have it the next day with standard shipping for around $125.

Then suggest you replace the filter, but this does not have to be done as the exact same time as the pump.

The pump is easy, just pull the rear seat, no more than 45 minutes with a novice.
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