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1996 chevy suburban maybe fuel pump problems

The fuel relay went bad but did not know that was problem I kept trying to start it and now for the last 6 months the fuel pump makes loud noise and the car sometimes hesitates, question what are the steps to replace fuel pump? it is inside the tank

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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

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