Question about Plymouth Voyager
Drop the gas tank, making sure to support it so it doesn't simply fall out of the straps.
There is a ring with ears on top of the tank, in the middle of the ring is the fuel pump.
Use a small brush or a can of compressed air to blow as much gunk away from the fuel pump area as possible. The number one reason for a fuel pump to fail is gunk in the gas tank.
Disconnect the hoses, they will usually need a squeeze, and a tiny bit of back and forth twisting to pull them off. Disconnect the wiring from the tank.
You will need to carefully tap the ring loose using the ears, going counter clockwise. I always use a short piece of two by four board and a large flathead plastic handled screwdriver. (It is a really good idea to avoid sparks!)
You will need to pull up, then push forward, pull up a little more, and then twist the whole pump assembly to one side to get it to come out.
Putting it in is pretty much the same thing in reverse, be careful not to bend the long thin metal stem with the float on the end, that's the gas guage sensor, bend it too much and you'll have an inaccurate gas guage. When you tap the locking ring clockwise to tighten it, make sure the ears are tight against the stops.
It's a lot harder to get the tank back up into place enough that you can get the straps started. A couple of small floor jacks can help, a second person helps even more.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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