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Should i replace fuel pump with a most expensive one for it or should i find another truck

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From the looks of things (browsing your previous questions) I'd say it's time to rid yourself of that Chevy Blazer and get something else.

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im still paying on it
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Doin ok, how bout yourself?
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Other than the fact I just kicked the dishwashing an hour ago and my ankle is bloody, I'm good. It's good to here you're doing o.k. and not so good you're not doing better. How's your family? I know you have been angel to them recently.
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Depends how old the truck is, some older models truck parts can be gotten and replaced cheaply from a junk yard, or also new semi cheap from US Auto parts on line. If its not the F-150 ford 1996 slanted engine you will not have much issues.

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It depends on how loyal you feel to the truck you own. Personally, I would replace the fuel pump. I've had my truck for a while and have grown rather comfortable with it's little oddities and it's good points. It also depends on the miles. If your pushing up there in the miles a new one would be better and use the old one for a trade. Good Luck.

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im still paying for this one i have five more payments on it
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Then I would definitely replace the fuel pump, pay it off, and drive it another year! To me, getting a new one now would feel like I never got rewarded for paying off the first :) If you stick w/the one you have, you'll be able to say, "I did it," before next year. About October, which is the time it will be paid off, I'm pretty sure they will have next year's cars out and this year's cars will be at a lower price. Still, you will have finished an investement and that always feels good!
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