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The fuel or feed pump is intended to supply the carburettor in your Vauxhall CAVALIER with petrol. The fuel pump is situated in the fuel tank. It is completely submerged in petrol and linked by a pipe to the high-pressure injection pipe in the engine. Via the fuel hose, the feed sends a quantity of petrol in excess of the engine’s requirements, which ensures an adequate supply of fuel to the engine. The excess fuel is then reinjected into the system by a pressure regulator.
The lifespan of a fuel pump is almost indefinite and is supposed to last until the end of the lifespan of your Vauxhall CAVALIER. However, certain signs may point to a problem linked with your pump: difficulties on starting up, repeated stalling, juddering while driving, or a noticeable whistling noise.
To find the correct fuel pump for your car, enter the precise model and engine specifications of your CAVALIER (Vauxhall) into our selector. A CAVALIER Vauxhall fuel pump will cost you between £60 and £100.