HOnestly. That's not bad for a mech. to do the work. Even an aftermarket pump is 175-300 ish and say 150 200 for labor. That's not really all that bad. My free jeep. The couple paid 600+ for a new pump. Then put 20 miles on it as it never ran right after the pump was installed. I diagnosed a bad pump and am getting it replaced.
My 94 fuel pump was like 280 but i got that at autozone. I dont no where you live but aroubs here mechanics charge extra uf ubder the cars a mess like mud from wheeling. But i dont rly see that being a bad prIce.. I know around here mechanics get around 65-80$ an hour for labor
Actually that is a killer deal for a OEM pump and install.OEM pumps are like $300-$500 alone then it calls for 2 hours to replace the pump and most shops charge $80-$150 per hour for labor so $545 is actually on the cheap side.
'02 Liberty sitting on 35" tires,HP44,RockJock60,and AtlasII t-case
I did my last fuel pump on my last 89 cherokee in February 3 years ago here in PA. 28 degrees in the sun. Most miserable 2 day experience I've done in awhile. $545? If I had it then I would have spent it. You're okay. Wait till an $1100 bill hits you for a new ECM and crank sensor at the dealership. Mo' money well spent. Welcome to the world of jeep.