Is the fuel pump inside the gas tank and what does that cost to fix, it this car a problem

Asked by plewellyn Aug 30, 2014 at 11:27 AM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Wagon FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have been hearing that these cars have fuel pump problems and its expensive to fix, is this true, this is a 2006

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It's in the fuel tank, and yes it's expensive because the tank must be removed to get to it, Except this shows how to cut an access without dropping tank/

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Also have a look here: ..yeah I know it says filter but that is explained

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2008 pt cruiser driving for a while it just cut off no engine service or nothing

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is there any fuses that power the fuel pump on a 2007 pt cruisor.?

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For the car cutting off for no reason question I may have an answer. My 2006 pt cruiser was/is doing the same thing. Found that the key switch was worn and after starting is does not completely return to the on position. It would shut off at random times. For now I have been making sure it goes all the way back till I can change it.

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