Well, to be honest I had my doubts. I've been batting a zero on the part that I needed from all of the rest of the Salvage yards. I needed a jumper fuel line that is attached at the top of the fuel tank. I found ONE vehicle that still had the fuel tank still attached. Hallelujah!!! I decided to go ahead and remove the in tank fuel pump and gasket etc including the fuel line that I needed, and the short electrical harness. I was totally expecting to have to shell out close to $70 - $80 for this pump because brand new it's $120!!! Nope!! $30 including tax and I'm out the door! I put the new fuel pump and line in, replaced the electrical connection, re-installed the tank... BINGO! No more fuel leak and it started first try no extended cranking or multiple tries! Problem fixed!! There's a Drivers side door on that vehicle that I got the pump etc from that will work just fine on my van.. My drivers side window cable system is shot. A new door with working window is next on the agenda! I'll be picking that up tomorrow and perhaps a couple of other things my van needs!
880 E 20th StTucson, AZ 85719
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6000 S Country Club Rd Ste 156Tucson, AZ 85706
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I've been to this yard a number of times. The other review posted is wrong. The VIP membership is free, and parts can be returned for a credit. The return policy is stated on their website: "If, for any reason, you need to return a part, please bring both the part and receipt, to any Pull-A-Part location. You may exchange it for another part or receive a store credit. If you have signed up for our free VIP program, we track all of your warranties and credits for you if you present your VIP card at time of purchase."Of course you have to bring your own tools and do the work yourself. What do you think "U Pull It" means?
Better make sure that you get the right part and that it is not damaged because if it doesnt work for you, you can take it back but you can only replace it with the same thing and if they dont have one to replace it with within six months you are just out your money. They are supposed to notify you that they have your part and am pretty sure they aren't going to do that My son in law is out $100 and two wasted trips to this business. You have to pay $1 to even look in their lot for something or you can become a VIP for a membership fee of $25 which he did but he doesn't feel like he is a very important person to them. They dont allow you to bring a jack in yard and dont supply any tools so good luck pulling your own parts. U pull the money out of your wallet, u pull the part, and u pay whether it works for you or not.--they dont do the labor , they dont guarantee the part and they dont stand behind their parts and they get to keep your money no matter what happens.