What You Need to Know About Replacing Your Chevy 5.7L Fuel Pump

A part of GM’s Gen III Small Block engine family, the 5.7L engine powers Corvettes, Camaros, Pontiac Firebirds, and other powerful GM cars.

Fuel Pump Camaro

A 1999 Camaro SS, powered by a 5.7L engine. Photo credit: Greg Gjerdingen

The engine, however, comes with a glaring flaw: the fuel system. CarComplaints.com has many Corvette owners complaining about fuel pump leaks. In fact, it’s the #1 problem reported by Corvette, Camaro, and Firebird owners. This issue rears its ugly head around 40,000 miles and calls for a fuel pump replacement.

Purchasing a Replacement Fuel Pump

An OEM fuel pump for older Camaros and Firebirds costs about $300. It’s expensive because these pumps are hard to come by, as many manufacturers have stopped producing them for older vehicles. However, just because they’re obsolete doesn’t mean it’s impossible to find one.

If you don’t have $300 burning a hole in your pocket, you can get OEM-quality replacement fuel pump components at Auteria for less than $170. We’re able to set reasonable prices because we sell our components directly from the manufacturer to our customers, unlike our competitors who mark up their prices after buying their parts from distributors.

Replacement fuel pump

Why OEM Quality is Best

When shopping for fuel pump parts, you always want to go with an OEM-quality parts. In most cases, lower quality "bargain" parts will fail after a few short months. At Auteria, we have nearly five decades of experience manufacturing OEM quality fuel system components. Our experience means we offer great quality, and we give it to you at a great value. Auteria also offers a one-year warranty.

If you need help finding the right fuel pump components for your 5.7L powered car, feel free to contact us. We’re always here to help.

  • Posted on   08/17/17 at 12:00:00 AM   by Laura  | 
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