Oil Pump Fits for Buick for Chevrolet 9-3X Alero 2.0L-2.4L L4 2000-2015

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Fit for:

2011-2013 for Buick Regal 2.0L
2013-2015 for Buick Verano 2.0L
2002-2005 for Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2L
2004-2005 for Chevrolet Classic 2.2L
2005-2010 for Chevrolet Cobalt 2.0L 2.2L
2006-2008 for Chevrolet Cobalt 2.4L
2008-2010 for Chevrolet HHR 2.0L
2006-2008 for Chevrolet HHR 2.2L 2.4L
2004-2008 for Chevrolet Malibu 2.2L
2008-2010 for Chevrolet Malibu 2.4L
2007-2009 for Pontiac G5 2.2L
2007-2008 for Pontiac G5 2.4L
2006-2010 for Pontiac G6 2.4L
2002-2005 for Pontiac Grand Am 2.2L
2007-2009 for Pontiac Solstice 2.0L
2006-2009 for Pontiac Solstice 2.0L
2002-2005 for Pontiac Sunfire 2.2L
2007-2010 for Saturn Sky 2.0L 2.4L
2002-2007 for Saturn Vue 2.2L
2007-2010 for Saturn Vue 2.4L
2007-2009 for Saturn Aura 2.4L
2004-2007 for Saturn Ion 2.0L
2003-2007 for Saturn Ion 2.2L
2006-2007 for Saturn Ion 2.4L
2004 for Saturn L300 2.2L
2001-2003 for Saturn L200 2.2L
2001-2003 for Saturn LW200 2.2L
2001-2002 for Saturn L100 2.2L
2000 for Saturn LS 2.2L
2000 for Saturn LS1 2.2L
2000 for Saturn LW1 2.2L
2002-2004 for Oldsmobile Alero 2.4L
2011 for Saab 9-5 2.0L

Condition: 100% Brand New

Warranty: 2 years warranty for any manufacture defect.

Package Included: 1 x Oil Pump Timing Cover & Gasket (You will get exactly as the main picture shows.)

Common Symptoms of a FAULTY Oil Pump:

If the oil pump fails, the following fault symptoms may occur:

1. Low Oil Pressure
2. Increased Temperature
3. Noisy Hydraulic Lifters
4. Valve-Train Chatter
5. Oil Pump Noise

The Causes of Oil Pump Failure :

When your oil pump fails, it's probably for one of the following reasons:

1. Improper installation.

2. Bad Oil

3. Poor Maintance

4. Oil Contamination

5. Low Oil

6. Time and use.

How to Replace an Oil Pump

Step 1 Find a dry and clean area. Secure vehicle with a Jack and Stands.

Step 2: Position the oil drip pan and remove the bolts

  • Place oil drip pan directly under the plug that you will pull out of the oil pan.
  • Remove any debris or other objects that could prevent the plug from being pulled.
  • Pull the plug and allow the oil to drain out of the pan.
  • Remove all the bolts in the oil pan.

Step 3: Replace the Old Oil Pump

  • Remove the bolts that secure the pump in place.
  • Take the old pump off.
  • Put the new pump in place, and reattach the pickup tube and filter to the new oil pump.
  • Use the bolts to secure the pump in place.

Step 4: Seal the Oil Pan and Reinstall it


- This item is aftermarket ones. It will replace the original oil pump timing cover.

- Instruction is not included. Professional installation is recommended

- Contact us please for whatever we can help