How much to replace fuel pump

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Asked by Apr 13, 2015 at 04:12 PM about the 1989 Toyota Camry LE

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Depends if you buy an after market pump and do it yourself, or you bring it to a shop. To do it yourself, will be under $200. For a shop, you will be looking at the price of the pump, plus 4-5 hours labor. You can probably expect a shop to cost $600-$800 to fix it. All depends on labor per hour and how much they mark up the part. Usually it's 30% over cost. If you bring it to the dealer, you can probably expect to pay in excess of $1200. They will put in factory parts which are expensive. Plus I think they charge $95 per hour.

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