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#3108275 - 01/03/13 08:24 PM $1188.29 for a fuel pump
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my truck died on me on the way home yesterday and my brother came to try and help me get it going and when we couldn't he recommened i have it towed to chritian brothers automotive
and they couldn't get to it till today and they determined that i needed a new fuel pump and the guy calls me a few minutes ago with the estimate
i was shocked to say the least
its an 02 silverado and the pump is in the tank
i going to have it towed home tomorrow and see if i can get the guy that works on our tractors to check it out for me
the truck has 132000 on it and other issues going on
and the guy must of thought i fell off the turnip truck yesterday
i started to tell him why don't you just pull out a gun and rob me

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#3108287 - 01/03/13 08:30 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
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Do it yourself.THey are not that hard to put on.Just drop the fuel tank and it comes out of the top,very easy to take in and out.Sounds like a big job,but it really isn't.
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#3108289 - 01/03/13 08:30 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
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wow!!!!!thats crazy fuel pump is a VERY common problem with them trucks thoough sorry bud
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#3108292 - 01/03/13 08:32 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: cecil30-30]
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Must be going around, my buddy's went out yesterday morning going
duck hunting, with tow bill cost him $1,000
Chevy about same age and miles
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#3108293 - 01/03/13 08:32 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
Spikes
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Shouldn't be much over $600. I think the fuel pump for that truck is about $400 I would get $200 plus cost of fuel pump if I was doing it.
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#3108294 - 01/03/13 08:32 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: BACKWOODS BOY]
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That is freaking outrageous !!
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#3108295 - 01/03/13 08:32 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: BACKWOODS BOY]
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Drop the tank, not that big of a deal....or if you have access to a couple of buddies just take the 6 bolts off of the bed and take the bed off—that's even easier.
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#3108297 - 01/03/13 08:33 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: BACKWOODS BOY]
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i would do it myself but right now i nursing a sore shoulder and do not want to aggravate it in any possible way
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#3108299 - 01/03/13 08:34 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: TNDeerGuy]
cecil30-30
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 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
Drop the tank, not that big of a deal....or if you have access to a couple of buddies just take the 6 bolts off of the bed and take the bed off—that's even easier.
I've done several fords and a toyota and we never had to pull the bed off to take the tank off.Maybe a Chevrolet is different,but I wouldn't think so.Have you ever replaced a fuel pump on a truck?
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#3108301 - 01/03/13 08:35 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Kimber45]
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You can buy that pump for 250 if you shop around.. Not a horrible job
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#3108304 - 01/03/13 08:36 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: landman]
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That's weird - mine went out in my Chevy Cavalier last week. I got it replaced, grand total was $688. Your pump probably costs more, but that sounds high.

Go on the Internet and find out what one costs, and add a few hundred for labor.

PM me if you want the name and number of my mechanic. His shop recently moved out of Memphis into north Bartlett (Germantown Pkwy and Old Brownsville).
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#3108342 - 01/03/13 08:49 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Crosshairy]
chasinsmallies
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Just an FYI, your fuel pump cost about $150.00. Two people can set the bed off in about twenty minutes. It then takes about thirty seconds to change the pump. No need whatsoever to drop tank. Here is the link.

http://www.rockauto.com/m/mobilecatalog.php

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#3108345 - 01/03/13 08:51 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: chasinsmallies]
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I have heard they go out alot because they are lubricated by the fuel in the tank and if you never fill it up they never get lubricated.

No clue if that is true or not.

Hope you can get it fixed ALOT cheaper than that.
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#3108357 - 01/03/13 08:55 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: RUGER]
Spikes
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We always take the bed off lot easier than dropping a fuel tank
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#3108361 - 01/03/13 08:56 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Kimber45]
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Check out turner auto salvage in Mcminnville. I bought a fuel pump for 02 f150 for $50. My fuel pump was going to cost me $200. I think they ship also,Heres the number 931) 668-4157.
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#3108379 - 01/03/13 09:04 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: timberjack86]
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Sounds a little high, but the tools required and diagnosis time, not to mention towing, I'd say it's about right. Do it yourself when fuel is involved and without proper tools can be risky...

Let me correct that, it could be deadly.

Check the price for a lifetime warranty pump from Auto Zone. Then pay the labor.
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#3108419 - 01/03/13 09:23 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Camp David]
The Hammer
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Call gateway on Covington pike. They have done a lot of work for me and I have always be happy. I will sometimes buy the part and just have them put it in.
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#3108440 - 01/03/13 09:33 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: RUGER]
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 Originally Posted By: RUGER
I have heard they go out alot because they are lubricated by the fuel in the tank and if you never fill it up they never get lubricated.

No clue if that is true or not.

Hope you can get it fixed ALOT cheaper than that.


Partly, or mostly correct. The pump assembly is cooled by the fuel, if you consistently run with a 1/4 tank or less it can cause the pump to burn out. I would also replace the fuel filter at the same time as a clogged filter can cause the pump to run at a constant high pressure leading to failure. I would also highly recommend cleaning your tank when you replace pump assembly.

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#3108445 - 01/03/13 09:35 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: The Hammer]
Crosshairy
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 Originally Posted By: The Hammer
Call gateway on Covington pike. They have done a lot of work for me and I have always be happy. I will sometimes buy the part and just have them put it in.


Most shops will do that, but they typically won't warranty the part (so if it's faulty, you pay them to take it back out, then you take it back to the store). If something happens after the work is done, you could be on the hook. 90% of the time that isn't a problem, but I had an issue with it once on an O2 sensor.

All of this crap makes me wish I had spent more time in high school learning automotive repair when I had hours and hours to kill. By the time I hit college, life was a rollercoaster and my time for side projects evaporated pretty quickly.
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#3108446 - 01/03/13 09:35 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: westtntoms]
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I got my pump for an 02 chevy off ebay for $40
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#3108452 - 01/03/13 09:38 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: westtntoms]
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one on my wifes truck went out sometime this year 03 silverodo they guy that does the work on our trucks charged us around 200. but he is cheap.

Edited by turk870 (01/03/13 09:39 PM)

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#3108532 - 01/03/13 10:33 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: turk870]
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Even I can change it out! A socket wrench and a little time. That's all!
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#3108603 - 01/04/13 02:58 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Big J]
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I've taken the bed off, seems easier and less debris falls into your eyes. Be sure to replace all the gaskets that se
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#3108604 - 01/04/13 02:58 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Big J]
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I've taken the bed off, seems easier and less debris falls into your eyes. Be sure to replace all the gaskets that seal around the pump also.
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#3108619 - 01/04/13 04:43 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: cecil30-30]
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 Originally Posted By: cecil30-30
Do it yourself.THey are not that hard to put on.Just drop the fuel tank and it comes out of the top,very easy to take in and out.Sounds like a big job,but it really isn't.


Absolutely do it yourself! Just takes a little time, not hard at all.
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#3108656 - 01/04/13 06:10 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: MUP]
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taking a guess on if it was a 1500 truck. taks the bed off and it wont take long. not hard to do.

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/search...&make=Chevrolet
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#3108684 - 01/04/13 06:50 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Kimber45]
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Had same issue with 99 tahoe, did it myself not that hard at all.
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#3108689 - 01/04/13 07:03 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: REM7]
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I had a fuel pump go out and I slaped an elect one on for a quick fix. FYI they are universal ones that you can get. Of course it was in the middle of a race and needed it done in a hour \:\)
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#3108761 - 01/04/13 08:02 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: waynesworld]
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DONT buy one from auto zone,advance etc - yay they are cheaper initially and have lifetime warranty but you get what you pay for in electrical parts. New GM pump for my Suburban was about $400 with a new fuel filter & tax - mine had 142k on it when it went out.and
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#3108899 - 01/04/13 09:34 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: HuntingDicksonDTC]
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Most of the cost is probably in labor. I had the starter replaced in my truck about a month ago and the repair shop charged $75 per hour, dealer was charging $100 per hour.

My son had to replace the fuel pump in a 97 Blazer last year. I most watched as he and his friend did most of the work. It was time consuming watching them drop the tank. Hard part was lifting the tank and attaching it. Floor jack & ply wood (lifting the tank), 8' 2x4's and bricks(leverage and holding the tank up) made the job a lot easier.
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#3108924 - 01/04/13 09:48 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: cecil30-30]
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 Originally Posted By: cecil30-30
 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
Drop the tank, not that big of a deal....or if you have access to a couple of buddies just take the 6 bolts off of the bed and take the bed off—that's even easier.
I've done several fords and a toyota and we never had to pull the bed off to take the tank off.Maybe a Chevrolet is different,but I wouldn't think so.Have you ever replaced a fuel pump on a truck?


Chevys aren't that much different, but if you don't have a lift, a transmission jack and are working with a higher than half-full tank of gas it is a royal PITA and it's just alot easier to just take the bed off. Since you asked....I have done hundreds of the things over the years, but I was working with the proper equipment. ;\)

To the original poster....make sure that you change the fuel filter when you change the pump and keep it changed on a regular basis and as others have stated...1188 is highway robbery if that is all they are doing.
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#3108942 - 01/04/13 10:00 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: cecil30-30]
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 Originally Posted By: cecil30-30
Do it yourself.THey are not that hard to put on.Just drop the fuel tank and it comes out of the top,very easy to take in and out.Sounds like a big job,but it really isn't.


"Just drop the fuel tank"???

The bed comes off by loosening a few hex bolts. I'm certain it'll be much easier (and less messy) than dropping the tank.
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#3108945 - 01/04/13 10:02 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Spikes]
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 Originally Posted By: Spikes
Shouldn't be much over $600. I think the fuel pump for that truck is about $400 I would get $200 plus cost of fuel pump if I was doing it.


When my fuel pump went out a few years back, I think a new one was under $100 from O'Reilly. The guys in the truck shop at my previous employer had it installed in under 30 minutes. They earned a case of beer for their troubles.
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#3108962 - 01/04/13 10:12 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: TAFKAP]
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#3108994 - 01/04/13 10:33 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
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There was someone on here that cut a hole in the bed of the truck changed the pump and jb welded the piece of metal back in the hole can't remember who it was though
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#3109049 - 01/04/13 11:20 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Spikes]
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 Originally Posted By: Spikes
We always take the bed off lot easier than dropping a fuel tank


ditto

i know a fella that had mutiple issues with pump he made a flap so he didnt have to pull the bed lol
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#3109054 - 01/04/13 11:25 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Deer Assassin]
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 Originally Posted By: Deer Assassin
 Originally Posted By: Spikes
We always take the bed off lot easier than dropping a fuel tank


ditto

i know a fella that had mutiple issues with pump he made a flap so he didnt have to pull the bed lol

Same here, got a buddy that literally cut a piece out of the bed and hinged it!!

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#3109146 - 01/04/13 12:30 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Winchester]
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 Originally Posted By: Winchester
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 Originally Posted By: Spikes
We always take the bed off lot easier than dropping a fuel tank


ditto

i know a fella that had mutiple issues with pump he made a flap so he didnt have to pull the bed lol

Same here, got a buddy that literally cut a piece out of the bed and hinged it!!


I have done this on many a truck, cut an access hole, rivet in a piano hinge on one side and a couple 3/8 inserts on the other and your set for good. Even got fancy once and put counter sunk rivets on the hinge and a few stainless countersunk 5/16 philips head screws on the other.


Edited by Unicam (01/04/13 12:31 PM)
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#3109353 - 01/04/13 03:31 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Kimber45]
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Got mine replaced last year for a alittle over $400
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#3109379 - 01/04/13 03:58 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Spikes]
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 Originally Posted By: Spikes
We always take the bed off lot easier than dropping a fuel tank
I agree, or you can cut a square out of the bed above the fuel pump and just bolt a bigger piece back in.

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#3109423 - 01/04/13 04:35 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: iowavf]
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Dropping a fuel tank isn't hard. Draining upwards of 26 gal. of gas is. Then, you have to put it back in place. Working against gravity is much more difficult.
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#3109693 - 01/04/13 07:48 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: TAFKAP]
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update
the guy that works on my dads tractors came and got (120 miles round trip) and i bought the pump and he put it on for me for $200
i would have done it myself but it was worth that not having to risk aggravating my shoulder injury
i really want to thank all of you for your input
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#3109826 - 01/04/13 09:04 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
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I saw a Silverado sitting on the side of the road around the corner from my house. Where did you break down?
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#3109894 - 01/04/13 09:41 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Big Gun]
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that's a bit high for sure
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#3109896 - 01/04/13 09:42 PM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: deerhunter10]
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but wont be to hard to fix yourself
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#3110066 - 01/05/13 06:46 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Big Gun]
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canada rd and hwy 64
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#3110201 - 01/05/13 09:22 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: 1 good shot]
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canada rd and hwy 64

OK, not the same one.

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#3110238 - 01/05/13 10:11 AM Re: $1188.29 for a fuel pump [Re: Big Gun]
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I did my own on a 98 Tahoe. I would have gladly paid $200 for the labor. Doing it by yourself sux and nobody mentioned the little special tool you have to have to disconnest the fuel lines that is a little tricky. But I did it myself because I dont know a Mechanic I could trust to clean the tank and change the filter, ect.
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