With my 65 Buick that I put 330K miles on, could repair the fuel pump for a buck, how this has changed. Sure have crap today, if you run an electric fuel pump on the bench with a load on it, will burn it up in about five minutes. Needs to be soaked in gas for cooling. Most vehicles don't even have an access plate, have to drop the tank. And when they go bad, this is after you just filled the tank. The ride from the battery to the pump is a very long ride, any connectivity problems reduce the voltage to the pump, if below the fuel regulator setpoint, current skyrockets to burn that little POS up. Fuel regulator has a return line to the tank, but with his new crap, got away from this. Not only the pump, but the fuel filter, regulator, and the fuel sender is all part of the assembly and mounted inside of the tank. This saves that long return line, more money for the stockholders. Permanent magnet motor, commutators, most have brushes about 3/4" long. Since air is far less dense than gas, those feed lines can have a small leak someplace, clear from the engine way back to the tanks. Use to have one fuel line to replace, now have three on many vehicles, really a problem in road salt areas, do paint them first, last a little longer. Fuel evaporator systems are another problem, use to mount the canister and purge valve high up on the firewall, now at the rear of the tank where that carbon canister is exposed to road salt slush. Gets wet and sucks in moisture and also freezes up the purge valve. Ha, know I am an old guy, but sure making crap today. Used to have only one brake line, with ABS, have four now, four times the work to replace, the list goes on.