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Fuel Pump I am changing out the fuel pump on my 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe. I need some instructions on the best way to install my new fuel pump.

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Its pretty basic....remove 2 strap bolts....lower tank a little.....disconnect hoses and wires and lower the rest of the way

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