Ford Explorer Fuel Pump

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    About Ford Explorer Fuel Pump

    For a mid-size SUV, your Ford Explorer is at the top of its class. It's often noted for its spacious interior that keeps everyone inside comfortable. Don't risk being unable to start your vehicle just because you have a faulty Ford Explorer fuel pump on the inside. When it's time to shop for a durable replacement, AutoZone provides the perfect solution.

    Various disadvantages occur when a fuel pump doesn't work correctly. An excessive amount of gasoline is sent to the engine, meaning you spend more on fuel than you need to. Your SUV may suddenly jolt as you accelerate instead of accelerating smoothly. Finally, your SUV may fail to start altogether. When you need a fuel pump replacement for Ford Explorer, AutoZone provides the right products at the right prices, so you're sure to find the perfect match for your reliable ride. Free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing are available for your vehicle while you shop, and you can also take advantage of our handy Loan-a-Tool program for an easy DIY installation process.



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    This part work excellent for me

    Terrance brown

    in 3 years

    This part work very good for me I don't have no dislikes I'd like the part very much

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1997 Ford Explorer 4.0

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    Fitment not Completely Accurate


    in a year

    I was very pleased with the price but not so happy with it not fitting in the fuel pump assimbly the way it should have like OEM.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1995 Ford Explorer

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    Seriously. DO NOT BUY THIS!

    Just Bryan

    in 7 months

    Failed after 4 months. Read the reviews. The hose bursts. A 75 cent piece of hose cost me a $180 tow and half my Saturday dropping my gas tank and replacing. Why does AutoZone STILL carry this garbage. If you do buy it, I HIGHLY recommend you buy separate fuel hose and not use the cheap hose that comes with it. Doesn’t seem like anyone makes a reliable replacement for the discontinued OEM pump.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1997 Ford Explorer