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Old 05-11-2012, 08:53 AM
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I paid about $175 for an OEM one thru the dealer

No one had the Dorman in stock and I needed it fixed ASAP.
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Yeah, i have replaced two already. The first one was in bad shape with a quater size hole in the back. I live in south east texas and still had this problem. Found the Dorman part at rock auto for 70 bucks. I went a head and got the back up just incase.
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Originally Posted by allinon72
I paid about $175 for an OEM one thru the dealer

No one had the Dorman in stock and I needed it fixed ASAP.
Yeah it sucks that most places don't stock this. It's becoming a common issue and most don't fix it until it fails.
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Sorry to say someone ripped you off, Dormans LIST price for that part straight from dorman is 79.99, i sell them for $$85
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Originally Posted by HarrisRacing17
Sorry to say someone ripped you off, Dormans LIST price for that part straight from dorman is 79.99, i sell them for $$85
I don't feel like I got ripped off, I know I could have gotten it cheaper elsewhere. I could have gotten OEM if I wanted to wait but I got this in a matter of two days instead of a week. I would bet this had to do with my intermittent no start issue I've had for the last few months.
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I was just looking over on Amazon and the module was $61.20 and that included shipping. Is that the right one? The Dorman part number 590-001 is the same but the OEM part number is a little different.
5L8Z9D370A and the original poster's was 5L3A-9D370-AA. Just want to make sure they are talking apples to apples, heck of a price if it is correct.

Here is the Amazon page:
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Originally Posted by stmar View Post
I was just looking over on Amazon and the module was $61.20 and that included shipping. Is that the right one? The Dorman part number 590-001 is the same but the OEM part number is a little different.
5L8Z9D370A and the original poster's was 5L3A-9D370-AA. Just want to make sure they are talking apples to apples, heck of a price if it is correct.

Here is the Amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-590-001...ar=1&carId=001
looks like it me, typed in the "make sure it fit's" information and it says it fits my 06 5.4 gas, I'm going to keep this link in mind if i need a new one....anyone else verify?
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Fuel Pump Driver Module- Check yours!!-image-3644743897.jpg

Just got home from school and checked. This is what I found.
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Just got home from school and checked. This is what I found.
Not near as bad as mine but that corrosion will continue to grow. If I were you and mine was still in decent shape like that I would take it off, paint it and then make some spacers to space it away from the cross member to keep it from corroding more.
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Originally Posted by kozal01

Not near as bad as mine but that corrosion will continue to grow. If I were you and mine was still in decent shape like that I would take it off, paint it and then make some spacers to space it away from the cross member to keep it from corroding more.
Thanks for the advice! For 70 bucks though I might just get a new one haha.
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