Never used partsgeek but ya, the module is the entire assembly including the pump. At least it should be. I just looked at parts geek and the cheapest module there is $139 and that should include the pump. Call them and make sure but it would be ridiculous if it didn't.
If you can get the pump only do that. The module is nothing more than a pump inside a plastic jar that holds gas to keep the fuel pump cooled. It also has hoses to move gas in and out as well as wires for the electrical to the pump and float. No need to spend another $70 on a plastic jar, two 6 inch pieces of hose, and about 8 feet of wire with a plug on one end.
The pump is the main part that wears out. I guess the float could too but in all my years owning and working on cars I've only had a float stop working once. These parts companies have figured that if they build this complex looking unit, it looke like you're really getting your money's worth. IMO, you're not.
My son and I just did this on his 98. Luckily, he was able to purchase the pump only from rockauto (had to wait 4-5 days) for $24 versus the $150 plus for the entire module. I just looked at rockauto for your 2002 and a pump only kit is $80 (AIRTEX Part # E2314), about the same as parts geek. This kit has a new pump, new screens, and some O-rings, one of which should fit your car. Our kit came with 3 o-rings and none of them fit our car so we just re-used the old one. It wasn't dry or cracked.
Unfortunately, on our 98, there was no way to siphon out the gas through the filler neck so I bet yours is the same. They made the input with a block on the end so a hose will not go down into the gas. You'll have to get the car up on jacks and lower the tank with a floor jack. once you get it out from under the car they you can get the gas out. We have a cheapo little siphoning deal that we used to pull the gas out and into 5 gallong military style gas tanks. Try to empty it completely. It makes working on it and putting it back much, much easier.
Last edited by qman; 01-06-2013 at 01:09 PM.