Fuel Pump Replacement Cost

$460   to   $686
Labor: $181 - $230
Parts: $279 - $456
The average cost for a fuel pump replacement is between $460 to $686. Labor costs are estimated between $181 to $230 while parts are priced between $279 to $456. Get a personalized estimate based on your location and specific car. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.

The fuel filter should always be replaced when replacing the fuel pump.

A failing fuel pump will not create enough pressure in the fuel system, potentially resulting in a loss of engine power or a "no start" condition. You may also have a lean running condition that can set a diagnostic trouble code and turn on the Check Engine Light.

Fuel pumps require replacement if they leak or begin making too much noise, which is a sign of malfunction.

A clogged fuel filter or problems with the electrical system powering the fuel pump can result in symptoms similar to a failed fuel pump. Have the shop verify that the pump is the problem before replacing.

This is a national average for all makes and models, but you can make it more accurate by adding your car info and ZIP.
This is a national average for all makes and models, but you can make it more accurate by adding your car info and ZIP.
See full list of repairs »
See full list of repairs »

RepairPal Certified shops pass a rigorous 42-point annual inspection by our master mechanics for quality work and fair prices.

  • Never overpay or RepairPal will refund you the difference.
  • Guaranteed quality work backed by a minimum 12-month / 12,000-mile warranty.