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I need to know how to change fuel pump on 2001 celica

Car takes long time to start

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Replacement of the fuel pump is very easy. Here is what you need to do:
Pull uup on the front edge of the rear seat bottom.
Lift & remove the rear seat bottom.
Locate & unbolt the inspection cover on the rear floor.
Disconnect the wire harness at the connector.
Remove the tubes going to the sending unit/fuel pump
Unbolt the 8 or 9 bolts that hoolds the unit onto the top of the tank;
Pull the entire assembly up & out.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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