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Fuel pump replacement help

What's all involved in replacing a fuel pump on a 07 commander ? Is it a job that can be done in the driveway ? I have tools and basic mechanical skills plus can get help if needed. Thanks
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The fuel pump is located inside the gas tank.

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You can change a fuel pump in your driveway. It would be best to do it with the tank almost empty if you have the option.

Check out the service manual for details. You will probably need a tool to disconnect the fuel lines.
https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ghlight=manual

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