how much to replace fuel pump on a 2002 pt. cruiser, touring edition?


Asked by Aug 30, 2013 at 11:22 PM about the 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

cost of a new and a used fuel pump for this addition. also shop cost on average. total cost of a honest garage to do this job.

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they vary in price and shipping~

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you could call pep boys, Midas, NAPA, many auto parts places also do for a price...nothing mysterious about this operation~ If there is an access hatch in the trunk or under the back seat would make a four hour job into a half-hour job~

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thanx so much. being in the dark completely sucks, especially in this economy.

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you could do it yourself...easy, the tricky part is the circular retaining piece...fuel lines probably are quick disconnect and need one of those removal sleeve tools~....easy, they are everywhere~

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thanks again. Is there a way to definitively tell where the access to the fuel pump is on the 2002 touring edition cruiser? thank you again, have a killer holiday!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.'s a little access panel from inside the passenger cabin~...follow where the filler neck is...close to that lateral location~

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you should NEVER run the tank dry or less than 1/4 full...the fuel pump needs to keep it's cool and quickly overheats and fails when there's no gas in there~

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