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Buick Oil Pump

You like taking care of your Buick.

If a part on your Buick has failed and needs to be replaced, then we're the place for you. When you drive a Buick, you should plan on keeping it in good shape. People who care about their Buick will agree that nothing but top quality replacement Oil Pump parts are the only parts that belong on their automobile. Sure, value and efficiency are reasons why you bought your Buick. So it's important that you maintain it by installing on the highest-quality Oil Pump parts you can find.

Don't ignore problems with the Oil Pump in your car or truck.

Oil pumps on new vehicles are usually cast aluminum with a crankshaft-driven internal gear, while the older ones were simply attached to the distributor and driven by the camshaft. Either way, their function remains the same: to lubricate the internal components of your Buick engine. This prevents complete engine failure by pressurizing and sending oil through small passages in the block to the cylinder head and the crankcase. Don't let your failing Buick oil pump threaten your engine with potential disaster... get it replaced right away.

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Select Your ModelWho wants to pay the high price of retail when you can get the best auto parts for your Buick at a discount online? Owning a car or truck that's famous for its American style means only the best parts should be used for replacements and repairs. With such a wide selection of quality Oil Pump parts for your Buick, you can use www.carpartsdiscount.com as your authoritative and expert supplier rather than the expensive local dealership. Our Buick Oil Pump parts available for Apollo, Centurion, Century, Commercial Chassis, Electra, Estate Wagon, GS, GS 350, Gran Sport, Invicta, LeSabre, Lucerne, Park Avenue, Rainier, Reatta, Regal, Rendezvous, Riviera, Roadmaster, Skyhawk, Skylark, Somerset, Somerset Regal, Special, Sportwagon, Terraza, Wildcat, and all the other models listed at the bottom of the page.