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Like most modern cars it's built into the fuel pump module that is in your tank. It isn't intended to be replaced unless you replace the whole module. Many complain about this but it's pretty much normal these days for most cars.

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Well at least there is one. Wah:( Wah:( my 2008 Cobalt had on under the car by the fuel tank, PITA to replace. Thanks sir! :serious:
Thankfully these last longer as long as you use quality fuel which even cheap stuff is better than it use to be decades ago. But if you ever do have to replace it you need to empty and drop your fuel tank so even more of a PITA and expensive.

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Hate to potentially break it to you that that is the high flow but low pressure pump. There is a second one that raises the pressure that runs off the engine. So we, like most GDI, have two pumps to worry about.

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