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Can anyone help me out here, My fuel pump is weeping gas(diaphram) out of the outlet. So I need a new one. I'm sticking with the ol mechanical Carter M70143.Thats the one that finally took a trip south after 10 years,so i'd like to stick with this particular one. But EVERY parts store gives me the run around. I can get one online for 70+ dollars and it takes over a week! ANYONE know of a place I can get one cheaper and faster? like yesterday??? any help would GREATLY be appreciated here! Thanks! Joe
 

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YAAY!!!!! found the one I was looking for!! Only took 4 hours on the phone! 51.00 and I'll have it tomorrow!!! Bumper to Bumper auto parts. to quote the late great Gilda Radner(NEVER MIND)
 

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fuel pump

i buy my parts from opel gt source. they know opel parts.
i bought one 4 months ago for $37.00 + $8 shipping. i receive
parts from ogts in 2 to 3 days. phone # 800-6735487
takes 2 min of my time to order parts.
i order one from bumper to bumper a year ago, but the shaft
was two short. i did not try it. may it was going to work
without the spacer.

Pete
 

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Hi Joe,
Glad you've found what you're looking for! If you're ever stuck again, two local Wisconsinites that can help with technical issues and parts location are Bill (OpelGT ID: Bill Hoffman ) and Gerry (OpelGT ID: Opelmn 70 ). They've both been VERY helpful with my Opel. I imagine they'll also be at the April 9th GMO Opel Gathering, and I hope you can make it then to get to know some of the great local Opelers.
Jeff W.
-'73 & '75 Manta
 
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