Question about 1994 Kia Sephia
First you take the negative side off the battery and then you put the car on jackstands and put something in front of the front wheels so the car does not roll and then spray some W-D-40 on the bolts and let it sit for a while before you try to start to loosen the bolt also you need a floor jack with a small board on top of the jack so you do not put a hole in you gas tank and once you have the tank down be careful not to break any of the wires on top of the tank and then in the center remove the ring and then you have your fuel pump out
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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