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Fuel pump where is the fuel pump located on the 1990 isuzu trooper 2

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    I have an 87 Isuzu Trooper 2, the fuel pump isn't in the gas tank, its behind the passenger's front tire, its hard to get to it. How would one replace it?

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On all Trooper II models the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank, fuel tank must be removed to access.

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