Originally Posted by Wheel2Work
IIRC though, the wrangler fuel pump is a multi function unit that also regulates fuel pressure and is the fuel filter… basically an all in one unit. That's why the dealership just recommends replacing it.
Not sure what a hellip is, but I am 100% certain the the fuel pressure regulator can be individually replaced. If the Jeep runs well except for the starting problem, there is nothing wrong with the fuel pump itself. Replace the FPR.
The dealer recommends replacing complete assemblies for a number of reasons, none of which are good for the customer's wallet.