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Old 03-02-2021, 10:39 AM   #4
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Default Re: Gbentley 1998 sc1 update still stalls close to solving problem

One of my dad's old Oldsmobile had a correctly diagnosed fuel pump not working, idiot mechanic charged him almost $500 to replace the pump without bothering to check if the pump was receiving power (it wasn't). Mechanic then washed his hands of it by saying electrical problems aren't his problems. No refund on any of the work done despite it being 100% wrong. Still not as bad as a buddy that dropped a cylinder on a DT466 and shop #1 got him for $5000 with a new turbo (turned into not new but rebuilt!), but still quite annoying.

'98-'02 Saturns require a quality fuel filter/regulator, last I knew only directly OEM and WIX made acceptable unit's. It's not as bad as the MP injection used on '97ish-'00ish Silverado 5.7's but it's close (those won't fire the injectors with less than 55psi of fuel pressure)
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