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Is a fuel pump expensive to replace?
Last Updated: 20th April, 2020
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Considering this, how much should it cost to replace a fuel pump?
The average cost for a fuel pump replacement is between $758 and $1,062. Labor costs are estimated between $164 and $208 while parts are priced between $594 and $854. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Also, what are the signs of a bad fuel pump? Usually, a bad or failing fuel pump will produce one or more of the following 8 symptoms that alert the driver of a potential issue.
- Whining Noise From the Fuel Tank.
- Difficulty Starting.
- Engine Sputtering.
- Stalling at High Temperatures.
- Loss of Power Under Stress.
- Car Surging.
- Low Gas Mileage.
- Car Will Not Start.
Accordingly, are fuel pumps expensive to fix?
The fuel pump is really expensive as it is a really important part of the fuel system which performs major functions and is hard to remove and replace. The cost fuel pump repair varies on the type of damage it has suffered, the engine it supports, and the car. The fuel pumps generally costs are $800 to $2000.
How long does a fuel pump take to replace?
4 to 5 hours