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Old 10-04-2021, 11:19 AM   #1
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2002 W22 Adventurer 37g aftermarket fuel pump

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I am looking for the correct replacement fuel pump for the Chevrolet 8100 vortec 75 gallon tank. Has any one successfully found the correct part number?
My Vin is 5B4MP67G923339642.

The number I have is 25178125 - Fuel Pump Assembly, but I have not been able to find it by calling GM/Chevrolet etc..

I also found these on Omey's


25028274 In Tank Fuel Pump AC Delco/GM
25178125 In Tank Fuel Pump AC Delco/GM
25178145 In Tank Fuel Pump AC Delco/GM
FG0064 In Tank Fuel Pump Delphi
SP6100M In Tank Fuel Pump Spectra
P74758M In Tank Fuel Pump Carter
81-891 In Tank Fuel Pump Mills Supply
81-893 In Tank Fuel Pump Mills Supply

Any help would be appreciated!
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Enter you vin # here: www.urvp.com to get the correct pump. Later lodels than yours use a different pump than your does. There are other threads here that discuss the fuel pumps in depth.
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Enter you vin # here: www.urvp.com to get the correct pump. Later lodels than yours use a different pump than your does. There are other threads here that discuss the fuel pumps in depth.
Thanks for the information. I used the site www.urvp.com . I called them and provided the VIN. However the part that was sent was not correct. I have been told that Winnebago/Workhorse is not easy to find the fuel pump.

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Thanks for the information. I used the site www.urvp.com . I called them and provided the VIN. However the part that was sent was not correct. I have been told that Winnebago/Workhorse is not easy to find the fuel pump.

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Needless to say, I'm shocked that they sent you the wrong pump. I would like to know how you determined it was the wrong one, and more importantly, what has URVP done to make it right?

When all is said and done, I hope you will post the whole story and the part numbers involved in hopes of helping a future reader of this thread. Thanks,
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Just wild guess.. AutoZone FG0061.. but I too am surprised about ultra part not working.. there was discussions here about the wiring connection at fuel pumps needing to be updated or small variations in the hose size..
What seems to be the problem.. does it just not fit the tank? Is it the harness? Or is it the lines not going on?
If you could post pictures better the ideas... need pictures of old pump, tank and harnesses..
That will give many of us better idea of what's going on
Good luck and keep us posted
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Old 10-12-2021, 07:35 AM   #6
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I appreciate the help from the community! I ordered the FG0061 from NAPA Genuine parts, It was exactly like the part from URVP. The problem is that the new pumps are about two inches shorter than the original 16" vs 14". The tank in the RV is 75 gallons. The NAPA person mentioned that he actually was employed by Workhorse for a time and thought Winnebago might have installed the larger tank and pump.
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I appreciate the help from the community! I ordered the FG0061 from NAPA Genuine parts, It was exactly like the part from URVP. The problem is that the new pumps are about two inches shorter than the original 16" vs 14". The tank in the RV is 75 gallons. The NAPA person mentioned that he actually was employed by Workhorse for a time and thought Winnebago might have installed the larger tank and pump.
Your previous post reads like it was URVP that sent you the wrong part. IF that is not true, please help me understand what led to getting a pump from NAPA that isn't what you needed.

Have you found a pump that IS what you need? Could it be the "FG0064" you found in Oemy's cross reference???

I think it is not likely that WBGO changed the tank, since AFAIK, all the W-22 series chassis came from WCC with the 75 gallon tank as standard.
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