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Replacing fuel pump on a 1996 Plymouth Voyager

I am trying to replace the fuel pump on my 1996 Plymouth Voyager, but can not get the ring off. We have tried a plumbers wrench and tapping it with a screwdriver and hammer and it will not budge. It was recently replaced at a shop about 8 months ago. Could they have put it on too tight or glued it possibly?

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CHECK TO SEE IF THEY KNOCKED THE METAL TABS DOWN ONTO RING FIRST. IF NOT SOAK RING WITH PENETRATING OIL FOR A DAY THEN TRY TO GET OFF.

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  • Socket wrench set
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  3. Step 3 Support the fuel tank and loosen the strap bolts with a socket wrench. Remove the fuel line and electrical harness for the fuel pump.
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  6. Step 6 Complete the installation by reversing the removal procedure.

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