Yes, i had the same problem. i've got a 93 isuzu trooper, but look in the chilton's manual, the engine and fuel systems are all for the most part identicle. My fuel pump went out, so I had to put it on a lift and drop the fuel tank. the pump is actually Inside the fuel tank. swapped it out along with the strainer, and now it runs like a dream. hope that helps.
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there should be a drain plug or tap in the bottom radiator tank. If it is a "T" shaped tap screw it in to open the hole. IF you can't find any sort of drain port remove the bottom radiator hose at the tank. It works fine but a bit more messy
CAUTION: When repair to the fuel system has been completed, start engine and check the fuel system for loose connection or leakage. For the fuel system diagnosis, see Computers and Control Systems/System Diagnosis.
The fule pump is located in the fuel tank as with most vehicles, the fuel keeps the pump cool and submersed in fuel. you need to undo both straps to your fuel tank and drop it and pull the fuel pump assembly out of the top. drain your fuel tank first though. hope this helps you!