Fuel Pump Module Assemblies

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What is a Fuel Pump Module Assembly?

A Fuel Pump Module Assembly is an assembly that includes both a fuel pump and the fuel level sending unit and is located in the fuel tank.

What is the purpose of a Fuel Pump Module Assembly?

The purpose of a Fuel Pump Module Assembly is to pump fuel from the fuel tank to the engine.

How do I know if my Fuel Pump Module Assembly is faulty?

Signs that your Fuel Pump Module Assembly may be faulty include: engine failure to start, engine stalling, engine performance issues, and fuel odors.

Can a faulty Fuel Pump Module Assembly cause damage?

Yes, a faulty Fuel Pump Module Assembly can cause engine damage.

How do I replace a Fuel Pump Module Assembly?

Replacing a Fuel Pump Module Assembly involves the following steps:

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable
  2. Drain the fuel tank
  3. Disconnect the fuel pump electrical connectors
  4. Remove the fuel tank
  5. Remove the old Fuel Pump Module Assembly
  6. Install the new Fuel Pump Module Assembly
  7. Reinstall the fuel tank
  8. Reconnect the fuel pump electrical connectors
  9. Reconnect the negative battery cable


How often should I inspect my Fuel Pump Module Assembly?

You should inspect your Fuel Pump Module Assembly every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.