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Whar's the fuel pump? How hard 2 replace?

Just wondering where the fuel pump is positioned on my 01' F-250????

Easy to get to? Cost much to replace? What am I looking at costwise to have a shop replace the old fuel pump if I payed for everything?

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Driverside frame rail, underneath the front driver's door. Pretty easy to get too. Not that expensive to replace.

Myself I would replace it in my garage, the hardest part is seperating the fuel lines.


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the 7.3L fuel pump on top of the engine behind the fuel filter. i have heard of some doing in about 3 hours, but that is someone who knows what they are doing. my mechanic has changed mine a couple of times already, took him about 6 hours.

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[QUOTE=sldghamr;1282842]the 7.3L fuel pump on top of the engine behind the fuel filter. i have heard of some doing in about 3 hours, but that is someone who knows what they are doing. my mechanic has changed mine a couple of times already, took him about 6 hours.[/QUOTE

that's the high pressure oil pump for the injectors

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it might look like this but i dont know where it is

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the 7.3L fuel pump on top of the engine behind the fuel filter. i have heard of some doing in about 3 hours, but that is someone who knows what they are doing. my mechanic has changed mine a couple of times already, took him about 6 hours.[/QUOTE

that's the high pressure oil pump for the injectors
the 96 7.3L fuel pump is on top of the engine.

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the 7.3L fuel pump on top of the engine behind the fuel filter. i have heard of some doing in about 3 hours, but that is someone who knows what they are doing. my mechanic has changed mine a couple of times already, took him about 6 hours.
ya for a obs. but he has a 2001 so it aint there

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Just wondering where the fuel pump is positioned on my 01' F-250????

Easy to get to? Cost much to replace? What am I looking at costwise to have a shop replace the old fuel pump if I payed for everything?

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Why dont you check out your original thread.
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As I stated in the first reply to this thread. To clarify what all these others are saying.

Attached to the inside of the frame rail on the driverside basically under the driver's door. Has two wires attached to it by 8mm nuts. The red one is 12v the black one is ground. Has a 10mm bolt holding it to the mounting bracket. Mounting bracket is attached to frame rail by 2 13mm bolts. You need the Ford fuel line disconnect tool.

It takes about 30 minutes to remove and install the new one. That is if your good with those fuel line connections.

Cost of a new fuel pump from Autozone is 152 dollars. So with 100 dollar an hour labor your looking at 252 dollars roughly to replace it at the dealer.


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the 7.3L fuel pump on top of the engine behind the fuel filter. i have heard of some doing in about 3 hours, but that is someone who knows what they are doing. my mechanic has changed mine a couple of times already, took him about 6 hours.
Thats true for an OBS we are talking SD here. Electric pump on framerail. Easy cheesy

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