Question about 1987 Nissan Pulsar
Some of these cars had an access panel under the spare tire compartment in the trunk . I yours does not , get ready and pull the tank out !! take the nuts off of the holding straps carefully and don't drop the tank on your head !! gently lower it down enough to disconnect the fuel lines . Pick up the fuel line disconnect tools at any auto parts store and let them show you how to use them . the pump will unlock from the tank and easily pull it out . Be careful not to damage the level float rod ! replace it carefully with a new seal and put the tank back in >> Good luck !!
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