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Part # for fuel distribution block

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by PurePower, May 21, 2002.

  1. PurePower

    PurePower Registered Member

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    Anyone got a part #for a fuel selector block for a 1979 chevy. I think that is what it is called. It is for a dual tank truck and electronically tells it what tank to pull fuel from. Thanks
     
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    i have the number that i used on my 77
    it is a big block application, difference is it has a return line.
    467513
     
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    I am pretty sure mine has a return line and it is a small block. Anyone know if the 1979 is the same? Thanks
     
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    Is there anywhere on the internet to look up GM part numbers or any book I can buy?
     
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    lemme do a search, i was just reading a post in which thatk30guy posted a site for that.....
     
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    for crying out loud he posted it in YOUR OTHER THREAD!
     
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    You have to have a part number to find a price on that site. I need a place to find a part number. That is why I asked if there was anywhere on the internet to LOOK UP part numbers.
     
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    467513 for auto trans...
    15580925 for manual trans...
    Jim
     
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    Thank you very much. Do you know why there is a difference from auto trans to manual trans. Or is it manual valve or auto valve? Just curious. Thanks again.
     
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    Different valve for auto trans vs. man. trans. I have no idea why.
    Jim
     

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