Question about 1993 Chevrolet Cavalier
Remove the filler neck hoses, unplug the electrical connector, disconnect the fuel lines. Remove the tank strap bolts, and remove the tank. Turn the retaining ring on the sending unit counterclockwise, pull the pump and sending unit outof the tank.
I believe that the pump and sending unit come as an assembly on this one and that is why the price is so high.
I do not recommend using any electrical fuel system parts from the junk yard because as they sit around, the varnish on the wires inside the pump deteriorates and then short out. Same thing with fuel injectors.
Have you priced a pump at the local parts stores? NAPA, Auto Zone, etc. They can give step by step instructions to drop the tank and remove the fuel pump if that's what your trying to do. goos luck. Oh and the step by step's are free at Auto Zone.
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