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I happened to have all of my flooring and interior panels out of the back of my E right now so the fuel pump is easy to access.

Since it's right there, I am wondering if it is worth replacing it even though there hasn't been any issues. And also curious if that's something I should tackle myself seeing as it deals with fuel.

165k miles, 2004 Ex.

Ive already replaced things like alternator, starter, spark plugs, struts, IACV, transmission mounts just to give an idea of its general wear.
 

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Hi,
My vote, is leave it alone, till needed.

Not that hard to get to anyway! (when needed!)
Is it supposed to be easy to get to? I thought to get to it, I would have to remove the interior side panels in the back. That's a bit of a pain for me since I dont have a garage and live in an apartment and have to put those panels somewhere.
 

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I'm pretty sure there are a lot of folks on here with way more than 165K still running the original fuel pump.
 

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How many people here have had to replace the fuel pumps? I could find one post. I would leave it alone. Mine's fine after >200K miles.
 
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