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On many (most modern day) autos, the fuel pump is located inside of the tank. This pump is electric and sealed, and the fuel keeps the pump cool during activation. Generally the tank has to be dropped to replace the pump, but see http://forums.audiworld.com/showthread.php?p=24139922 as that pster says there is a way through the trunk.
Hello rand1958: My name is Roger and I will help. The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. You can access the pump by removing the rear seat cushion. Remove the 4 screws in the floor cover. unplug the fuel pump wire harness. Remove the fuel line locks. BE CAREFUL as fuel lines may be under pressure. Remove pump lock ring to remove the fuel pump. I would also recommend replacing the fuel filter at the same time. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer as this way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Hi there...if your audi is a B4 same as mine....fuse and relay box is located under the engine hood, driver side ....if you are italian....or passenger side side ..if you from Uk....just lift the hood, and check below the windshield in the gutter ...you'll see a black plastic box...here you go!
lift the lid...look for a grey box with the # 209 (if I recall correct..) ...that is your fuel pump relay...easy to replace.
As long as the vehicle is running I wouldn't worry about it unless the noise is annoying.
Yes fuel pumps do make a little noise but you normally can not hear them while the engine is operating.
You can replace the fuel pump, you need some tools, some fuel cans, a hose, a friend, car jack, jack stands, and a 6 pack of brew.
You start off by putting the hose into the place where you put gas in from the gas station. **** on the hose gently until you get fuel flowing and put the gas into the gas cans. Once you get all or most of the gas out, drop the fuel tank down and thats the hard part.
You could take it to any shop to replace the fuel pump.