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LFX Fuel Pump compatibility with LLT Engine

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Hi Everyone,

Apologies if this had been asked before...I couldn't find this specific info.

Can anyone tell me if I can run a LFX Fuel pump in an LLT engine without any modifications?
I know that Holden list them as different parts but the LFX pump looks the same so wondering if it will run in a LLT.
 

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far as i can see they both use the same pump module
 

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EPC shows different part numbers. But anyway, I bought a LFX pump and I'm going to replace my pump within the next week with this LFX pump and we'll see how it goes.

For any one interested, here are part numbers for the pump module for the various engines between 2010 - 2012


VE Fuel Pump Modules.PNG
 
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After looking at multiple pumps, there are a couple of variations
I've seen some with a round plug and some with a flat plug. Definitely need to get right one for your car
 

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yea i checked using your part numbers and they are different, noting like holden to use identical parts just change a plug or hose size to make it not suit more models
 
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