DTech DT19209059 Remanufactured DS Fuel Pump w/ New PMD
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1994-2003 GM 6.5L Turbocharged Diesel*
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The DTech DT19209059 Remanufactured DS Pump is a direct replacement for your GM 6.5L Diesel engine.
Some companies think they can dupe you by slapping a meaningless claim on their products. We think our products should speak for themselves and rely on what really matters: performance. We changed everything with the DTech PMD. Even if you aren’t currently buying ours (and we urge you to), the fact of the matter is we introduced a superior product at a better price.
The DTech PMD comes standard on every DTech DS fuel pump; it can also be purchased separately. The DTech PMD is designed to withstand engine compartment operating temperatures without having to be mounted off of the pump. It comes with a one-year warranty.
The DTech DS fuel pump can be used on all 1994 light duty and all 1995 through 2003 light and heavy duty GM 6.5L applications. DTech also offers PMD resistors, installation kits, and more for GM 6.5L applications.
*Must check OE part number on 1994 Model Year.
The D-Tech Fuel Pump will NOT replace any of the part numbers listed above found on 1994 model year trucks. If your 1994 pump matches any of the previously mentioned part numbers you have a “Heavy-Duty” model and will need a Heavy-Duty Pump. (See Below)
All DTech products are warranted to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of 12 months or 100,000 miles from date of original product installation, whichever occurs first. We will replace any part that fails during the warranty period and is determined to be defective in material or workmanship. If defective product is replaced it will be warranted for either the remainder of the original warranty period or 120 days, whichever is longer. We will also pay standard labor rates and times for product removal and reinstallation
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