I have a 92 xj6 i just replaced the fuel pump should be the same for yours remove spare tire in trunk there are two straps two bolts take bolts out jack car up there are locate your fuel filter mine was under the rear door drivers side follow the hoses and they will lead you to the two hoses connecting the gas tank there are two pins to remove one on each hose do not loose those trust me they will be hard to find and be aware there is very little space to work in after removing tank the rest is easy remove the pump located in the tank and do everything in reverse also dont forget to replace the screen to clean all the rust out of the tank there is a bolt in the bottom of the tank to let all the debris out good luck
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I had this problem several years ago. Found a new fuel pump for about $20.00. Removed tank and discovered it was a bayonet connector in the wire harness $(70.00) not the motor. I had to lower the drive shaft to get to the fastners which tie the tank to the bottom of the trunk. I still have the motor; will consider selling it. (903 732-3912). - Philip
yes order the harness, they were just playing dumb, parts tech's can do that, I will bet my pay check they knew u needed the whole harness, they love to play games like this. I m a dealer tech of 35 years, so seen it many times.
93 Jaguar XJ6, sadly the pump is located in the gas tank and the tank has to be removed from the trunk to gain access
Pretty basic replacement except above the rear axle underneath the car are where the fuel lines are connected, they are quick connects and are help in place with a spring pin, do not remove the spring pins, you just turn the pins to one side and the hoses will pull off, but you will need a rack to do this, It is impossible to get to the hoses with the car on the ground.
The tank itself is self is pretty easy, just be careful when you remove the screws holding the fuel filler gater assy as you can tear the rubber and they are expensive to replace.
Hope this helps