How much should it cost to replace a fuel pump?

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How much should it cost to replace a fuel pump?
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Taking a vehicle to a certified mechanic for repairs is the most common method for replacing a fuel pump. The average cost of replacing a fuel pump is between £260 and £390 including parts and labour. This can vary depending on the make, model and year of the vehicle.

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Do It Yourself

Replacing your own fuel pump can save not only money but time. The average fuel pump costs around £130 and takes only a few hours to install. The tools needed for a fuel pump replacement are fairly inexpensive.

Bottom Line

If you possess the time and mechanical "know how," then replacing the fuel pump yourself is a better option. Otherwise, be prepared to pay between £260 and £390 and wait a day or two for the repair to be made by a certified mechanic.

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