Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Do i need special tools to do this
No not really. the only speacial tool you might need is a fuel line coupler tool but they only cost a few dollars and are available at your local parts store. just unbolt the two straps holing the tank and the fuel inlet hose and vent hose. lower the tank till you see the top and then disconnect the lines and wires and lower the tank to the ground. if you need any more help while your at the parts store you can pick up a haynes manual and the have pics and step by step directions
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