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its in the fuel tank. you will have to drop the gas tank to change it. support car, disconnect fuel and vacuum lines to tank, disconnect fuel filler tube(hose you put gas into car), disconnect the electrical connections, support fuel tank, undo the fuel tank straps and lower fuel tank, clean area around fuel tank unit, remove the unit lock ring and pull out unit, follow the instructions that come with the new fuel pump and re-assemble in reverse order, replace the fuel filter at the same time.
the fuel pump is in your gas tank. make sure all of or most of the gas is out before you drop the tank. the tank is held on by two straps. once you drop it you will have to disconnect the fuel lines and electrical connections to completely separate it from the vehicle. the fuel filter is simple and is held on by two bolts. just follow your fuel line from your fuel pump and you'll find it. make sure to depressurize the fuel system before changing the filter. also make sure your battery is disconnected before changing the fuel pump.
first you disconnect the battery , chock the wheels , jack the car up use jack stands , disconnect lines and filler hose and electrical plug sometimes you have to lower tank slowly to get enough room to disconnect lines from top of tank then lower it slowly to the ground make sure you bench test the new pump before you install it sometimes you get a bad one that is stuck its better to find out before you install it hope this helps
There is no access panel for the fuel pump- You have to drop the tank to get at it!
1. Syphon any gas from the tank
2. Prop the gas tank with a support
3. Loosen the tank straps and fill hose strap then disconnect the straps on one side
3. Drop the tank
4. Disconnect the fuel lines and wiring harness
5. Pull the tank from under the vehicle, turn the pump seal counter clockwise then remove the pump- Careful not to damage the O-ring gasket as you may need to use it again because the new gasket may not fit properly
You will definately have to drop the tank. Remove gas cap to relieve pressure, then remove gas lines, gas straps, remove bolts, lower tank. Use only a BRASS punch and hammer and knock ring loose counter clockwise, then pump and sending unit will pull out. and you can disconnect and change your pump.
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Disconnect negative battery cable, then open gas cap to relieve fuel pressure. Then remove harness on fuel tank. Remove bolts to fuel filler tube. Remove gas lines. Remove support strap. Then with tranny jack and a helper, remove gas tank support bolts and lower tank.
Now on top of tank you will see the cap. You will need to use ONLY BRASS punch and hammer and knock the ring loose counter clockwise until it unscrews. Now sending unit and pump can be pulled out.
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The (nots) you referred to, I assume you mean the fuel inlet and return lines on the pump itself. The tank should have a couple of straps on the bottom of the tank that most likely are secured with a couple of bolts and then you have your Fill tube that runs from the outside of the car where you pump gas into the tank that will need to be disconnected. The power connections to the pump should also be disconnected. Be careful :D
Disconnect and remove battery, than open gas tank cap, remove cap and to relieve tank pressure. From underneath the car, remove electrical plug-ins and gas lines. Now remove filler tube end from tank. Now place tranny jack or have a helper drop the tank. Once tank is on the ground and away from vehicle, use a BRASS PUNCH ONLY! and a hammer and knock the metal ring counter clockwise until it is free. Now you can pull out pump for replacement. Reverse procedure to re-install.
yes it's in the fuel tank....................Drop the tank and the rest is easy.
Getting the Gas out before dropping the tank can prove to be a pain
but after that is done the rest is easy.(best to run it a empty as possible) Two straps hang the tank.
Remove the strap bolts and the tank will come undone. Remove the filler
hoses, disconnect the power leads and the fuel lines and the tank is
free. The pump comes out by twisting a ring.then remove the pump and replace then reverse the earlier steps to reinstall
YOU'RE GONNA HATE THIS BUT IT DOES SOUND LIKE A FUEL ISSUE. HOWEVER HERE'S THE CATCH.....THE FURL FILTER IS IN THE GAS TANK CONNECTED TO THE FUEL PUMP. YOU HAVE TO DROP THE TANK OR TAKE THE BED OFF TO GET TO IT. AND YOU CAN ONLY GET THE NEW FILTER AT THE DEALER. THE LOCAL PARTS STORE DOESN'T CARRY THESE. BUT I'M NOT SURE ABOUT NAPA, THEY MIGHT. YOU MIGHT ALSO WANT TO CHECK FOR A VAC. LEAK AROUND THE THROTTLE BODY. LASTLY WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU DID ANYTHING TO THE TRANS.? MIGHT WANT TO LOOK INTO THAT.