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How much are fuel pumps?

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As of 2015, vehicle fuel pumps usually cost between $281 and $458. The cost of labor for replacing a fuel pump generally costs an additional $182 to $231.

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The fuel pump is the part of a vehicle that feeds fuel through the line that leads to the engine. The vast majority of commercial vehicles have a fuel pump, though some older models may rely on gravity to feed fuel through the line. Fuel pumps may be manual or electronic. Manual fuel pumps tend to be less expensive to buy; however, they are also primarily present on older vehicles, while newer models make use of electronic pumps.

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