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Access to the fuel pump assembly

I have a 1996 Savana Van GMC conversion, is there an access panel on the inside of the floor to get to the top of the fuel tank/pump or do I have to drop the tank

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I'm sorry to say the only way to get to the fuel pump is to drop the tank.

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