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      10-14-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Question Cost for replacing the LPFP? Can I do it myself?

Has anyone changed out their LPFP? I need to do mine but wonder if it is just a matter of popping up the back seat, undoing a cover or what not, and replacing it...or if it is in fact more involved than this.

Those who have had it done by a garage, how much did it cost? I know the part alone is $266 on Tisher.
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Has anyone changed out their LPFP? I need to do mine but wonder if it is just a matter of popping up the back seat, undoing a cover or what not, and replacing it...or if it is in fact more involved than this.

Those who have had it done by a garage, how much did it cost? I know the part alone is $266 on Tisher.
Yeah thats basically it...Make sure if you do change the LPFP out that the gas tank is almost on a empty tank..
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Yeah thats basically it...Make sure if you do change the LPFP out that the gas tank is almost on a empty tank..
Or make sure you have e85 or race gas in the tank to make it more pleasant.
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Yeah thats basically it...Make sure if you do change the LPFP out that the gas tank is almost on a empty tank..
I'd still open up all the windows, the sunroof, etc. Fuel stink can be annoying to get out if it just settles.
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i would maybe wait and see how BMS upgraded one turns out if you are running E85 for example.
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