Question by  mjtapp (2)

What should be a fair price to replace 2002 Pontiac Sunfire fuel pump?


Answer by  SpoonNZ (56)

This depends on your location, however replacement of the fuel pump generally takes 1-2 hours. I would say $150 for labour would be fair, and similar for the pump itself


Answer by  AD8000 (130)

If your repair shop uses a new replacement pump, figure around $200 for parts plus $120 labor. If using a fuel pump rebuild kit $45 for parts $220 labor. The new part may be more reliable and have a warranty. Rebuilding your current fuel pump may result in more problems later.


Answer by  James916 (539)

A fair price for this would be around #200.00 It should take 2-3 hours to replace the fuel pump. And if you can get a good price on the pump, it should cost you no more than $80.00 for the fuel pump and $120.00 for labor.


Answer by  Anonymous

The going rate for this pump is almost $250. A shop would charge you around $150 in labor. Total cost is around $400.


Answer by  Shawn22 (138)

The fair price to replace a fuel pump is about $150 to $200 and $100 for installation because you have to remove either the rear seat or maybe the entire gas tank. You should check at your local junk yard.


Answer by  soccer593 (476)

Well the fuel pump costs about $200. Plus you have to pay the time it takes the mechanic to install which is 2.5 to 4 hours.


Answer by  Greg44 (23)

I think that the price for the 2002 Pontiac Sunfire fuel pump should be around 250 US dollars. This is a fair price because this is what most fuel pump prices are set at.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Replacing a fuel pump for this car would be around $150. 00 to $225. 0 for the parts. If you do it yourself this is what it would cost. If you have someone to this tack on another $100. 00.


Answer by  Shawn (23)

a fuel pump should cost about 60-70 dollars for the part labor from most mechanics will charge you about 70-100 for labor and also their is an assembly kit that may be needed if their is more damage than just the fuel pump.


Answer by  Anonymous

I checked today. the garage wanted $175 labor. I bought the pump online for $122 free shipping

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