archie bunker wrote:
Wondering because I was thinking I needed a fuel pump in my truck because it's been acting up a bit.
I checked prices, and the pump without the sending unit is about 160 bucks. I'd have to either pull the bed off, or drop the tank to get it done. Pain in the ass, but do able for a poor, backyard mechanic. I can get the part online, or at a parts store.
Is it this easy, and inexpensive with an electric vehicle? Just wondering before I make the t***sition.
I have a Toyota Camry Hybrid--half battery and half gas powered--when the battery died the dealership quoted me $6000 to change it out plus having to have it towed there--I found a place that would do it cheaper and gave me a great warranty and came to my house--was still almost $2000--no way would I ever recommend a hybrid to anyone--it is a totally different animal-everything has to go to the dealership to be fixed and they are not bashful about their prices. My regular mechanic is a great mechanic but doesn't want anything to do with them.