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Hi there, We think the fuel pump on our 2004 Jeep Liberty needs fixing. Can we do this ourselves? Where exactly is the fuel pump located in the Jeep? Thanks, Gen

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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. Jeep Liberty electric fuel pumps are almost always located inside the fuel tank, but there are some vehicles where the pump may be located along the frame rail or mounted to the body near the fuel tank. It can be done by yourself but when it is in the tank, it is not an easy job. You will have to take the tank off to get to the fuel pump.

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