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Old 09 Oct 2005, 03:45 am
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Default Fuel Pump and assembly line

I have a question with a Ford company truck had a engine light on, so I took it to the Mac he said digonostic show the fuel pump is going out.
The Mac. quoted a very high price in labor, because he said the gas tank has to come out to change the fuel pump. Is that true? I've heard about this on other fords are they all like that? It's only a 2000 Ranger with just 27,000 miles on it. Seems a bit early for the pump to go out, is it a common problem with fords. Do PT's have the same set up?[:I]
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Old 09 Oct 2005, 09:29 am
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Yes it is true, the crusiers fuel pump is in the tank. The pros here (one being MX-5) reccomment to not go lower then 1/4 tank, if lower the pump will be a goner. I was one that used to always go until the last gallon, no more.
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