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When it comes to cars and our beloved spontaneous combustion engines, fuel (and plenty of it) is the name of the game. Regardless of size or design, all engines rely solely on fuel being pumped in from an outside source, such as the tank. And to this we look no further than the workhorse we know as the fuel pump. Fuel pumps come in a variety of forms and can be mounted in several different locations. Today, most late-model vehicles utilize an electric pump, which is typically installed inside the tank. However, the older, and by far the most common