Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
First of all you will need to put the car on jack stands and secure the rear of the vehicle so it does not roll disconnect the negative side the battery you will need a floor jack to lower the fuel tank down be sure to put a small board on top of the jack so you do not put a hole in the tank also get some WD40 or something similar to spray on the bolts to help loosen them once you get the tank down unplug the wires on top of the tank and be careful not to break them and then you have to get that center ring to move around and once it is free your fuel pump will come out
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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