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Take off the gas tank located underneath the drivers side. There should be two brackets holding the fuel tank and you will have to take bolth thoes off but take off the front bracket off first so you can reach the hose lines connected to the fuel pump and disconect thoes (on top side of gas tank). You will have to didisconect the whireing harnes going to the fuel pump if you cant disconect it directly from the fuel pump then follow the wireing harnes to a break. You should be ready to take the fuel tank compleatly out and you will have your fuel pump facing up. There should be a locking washer with a key on it that you will tap with a screw driver counter clock wise and that ring should come off which would be holding the fuel pump down and after that you should be able to take the filter out and replace it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That has alot to do with the price of the pump, i know there expensive. The thing to do is call an auto parts store and ask what the price is for a pump, once you know that, then you can call around to shops in your area and get there price or labor rates, and that will give you an idea what it will cost. I know its alot of calling but its the best way, so you can guard aginst being riped off. It should not take a good michanic more than 2 to 3 hours to chg. one.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
fuel sending unit is in the tank. this is normal after about 75k miles and up. pump and sending unit are sold together. fuel sloshes from front to rear making the float on the sender rise and fall.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: 1996 chevy tahoe fuel system
i am having the same problem with my 96 pickup i am getting low voltage to my fuel pump i have traced the wires back to the front the purpel wire is the one with low voltage i replaced fuel pump also fuel relay and still have low voltage
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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