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the fuel tank needs to be dropped , remove the fuel tank straps, then remove the fuel filler neck, then the connectors from the pump, then with help drop the fuel tank and slide the fuel tank away from the vehicle in case of fire.
then just remove the fuel pump using either the Ford special tool,. or a flat blade screwdriver and hammer to release the fuel pump holder
The pump is in the tank. The tank has to be droped to replace it. Pumps can go bad at anytime without warning. A failing pump you may not have noticed but can go bad when sitting. Try checking the autoshut down relay and fuses assiciated with the pump. Seems its not getting power or has failed.
it is in the fuel tank. you have to disconnect the fuel inlet hose at the tank, 2 tank strap bolts while supporting the tank with a jack. then use the jack to lower it enough to reach up and remove the "quick disconnect" fuel lines from the sending unit/pump asm. (special tool required) Then drop it down, remove the retaining ring from the top of the tank and pull the entire sending unit/fuel pump asm. straight up and out...reverse procedure to install the new asm.