Broken fuel pump

Asked by Feb 11, 2011 at 09:16 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hey guys...
my fuel pump is broken and i have to repair it!
how much will i have to pay for it? - a mechanic gave me a quote of $ 1000,-- for changing the fuel pump and a filter! the cost of the pump is 600 bucks.
Do you think, this price is fair/to high?
How much do i usually pay for a fuel pump?
Thanks in advance!

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depends on where you live man, cost of living ranges from area to area, but honestly a fuel pump and a filter is something an everyday person can do depending on the location of the fuel pump, some are located on top of the gas tank or even sometimes inside, so if the pump is 600, and the pump is in the gas tank, lets just say a grand is a good price

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