We’ll Show You How to Swap Out the Fuel Pump On Your Ford F-150
Given how many miles it’s possible to put on a Ford F-150, it makes sense that after a while, many of its parts will need to be replaced. Wiper blades, brake pads, tires…
…and the fuel pump.
Sure, you can pay a professional to replace it for you. That’s going to cost about $800. If you don’t mind getting your hands dirty to keep your truck in running order, you can potentially keep more than half of that money in your pocket.
Replacing your fuel pump is going to take a good amount of elbow grease and some help from a friend or two, but our helpful video (below) will take the guesswork out of the process.
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