You can rely on a functioning 2007 Ford F150 fuel pump to move fuel from the gas tank to the front of the vehicle to be burned in the engine. If the fuel pump begins to wear out, however, it's important to replace this component before it leaves you stranded. Allow AutoZone to assist you in maintaining your Ford and keeping it on the road long term with parts like fuel pumps.
How Does a Fuel Pump Work?
Your fuel pump is an important 2007 Ford F150 external engine
part and works with a set of relays, sensors, hoses, and the fuel pump driver module to deliver the correct volume and pressure of fuel to your engine from the fuel tank. A good fuel pump will provide between 30-45 psi on your Ford F150, and you can expect that any reading will be on the high end of that range when the vehicle is idling.
Symptoms of a Failing Fuel Pump
It is important to try to catch a failing fuel pump before it leaves you stranded, so you can watch for these symptoms to get in front of any problems with your 2007 Ford F150 fuel delivery
system. If your engine starts to sputter or race under normal driving conditions, or if you hear a loud whining noise from the area of the fuel tank, it could be a sign that your fuel pump is beginning to fail. If you Ford starts and then stalls soon after or stalls when driving, this could also be a warning.
2007 Ford F150 Fuel Pump Replacement Cost
If it's time to replace your fuel pump, 2007 Ford F150 trucks have a lot of replacement part options, and AutoZone can help you find the perfect part for your ride. The cost of a 2007 Ford F150 fuel pump is between $130 and $375 depending on included components, the warranty coverage, and the part grade.
Enter your truck's year, make, model and engine size to search for the correct part, and select Home Delivery to have the parts brought to you, or Free In-Store or Curbside Pickup if that's more convenient for you.