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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A 1996 Bronco fuel pump is in the tank. The tank will have to be dropped. After that, it's quick & easy. The filter is on the rail, not so easy even with the line removal tools. Wear safety glasses in case of any pressure.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
My 2002 Impala has the panel in the trunk. I took the panel off and the fuel pump is accessible. I will probably attempt to replace the fuel pump myself since the fuel gauge does not work anymore and the dealership indicated that the problem was the fuel level float connected to the fuel pump.
Does anyone know if there is anything special I need to do prior to replacing the fuel pump, such as draining the fuel, etc...? I was planning to at least run the car until I was near empty.
FYI, here is a link to a set of videos about replacing fuel pumps. It's a set of 13 short video clips. http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-repair-or-replace-a-fuel-pump-226058/
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
HI.Your fuel pump is an integrated part of the pump module, which also contains the fuel reservoir, level sensor, inlet strainer and fuel pressure regulator. The inlet strainer, fuel pressure regulator and level sensor are the only serviceable items. If the fuel pump requires service, replace the entire fuel pump module.
There is no access panel. You will need to, slightly, drop the fuel tank, in order to extract the module for replacement. This module it mounted on-top of the tank. the module is inserted into the tank.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
no access panel, that would be sooo easy. you'll have to drop the gas tank to replace the sending unit and i don't know how much research you've done,but i've never been able to buy just the sending unit by itself. i've had to buy the whole fuel pump.the more fuel thats in the tank,the heavier it's gonna be. have a jack handy,have a helper handy,and use jack stands! you sure don't want the car to fall on you.the main filler hose will have to come off and there is a return line hose that has to come off also.the fuel pump plugs into the tank on the top of tank,be careful dropping that tank,let it down easy! you can cause an electrical problem if you let those wires stretch. been there, done that. drain the gas out of the tank once you get it down,it'll be easier to reinstall and lighter,easier to put back into place. hope this helps,and good luck. thank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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