Has anyone found an aftermarket replacement fuel pump for a 2012 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L?

Asked by Mar 24, 2015 at 11:55 AM about the 2012 Hyundai Sonata SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All I have found are incorrect for this application.  Local parts stores carry one that is listed
to be correct but they only have one fuel line out the top of the pump where as the one
taken out of the car has two.   I have found is the Hyundai part #31111 3Q600.  Was
looking a less expensive alternative.

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How much difference is there in price? Avoid used. OEM is usually best.

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If you found it on Rockauto, it would be about he cheapest around. I see your point..$455 for a pump is crazy. There is one on Ebay right now for $112 ! It's the same one on Rock auto for $455! Item: 251876873984

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I see new for $90...And used $75. No-brainer And are you sure the pump is bad? A 2012, a 3 year old pump should last much longer

I missed those Reelin68. Didn't realize they were that expensive, lesson learned

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Fordnut, yes, the one for $90 is the one. I'm in Canada at the moment and Ebay adds the exchange rate to the price. Didn't realize that until I posted....

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Yeah I just saw on Ebay one that is a Hyundai part for 90. I talked to mechanics at the dealer and they said it was not unusual for the pumps to go out around 70000 miles. That is why I was looking for an aftermarket one, but I guess the market has not caught up to the design yet.

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