Question about 2002 GMC Sierra 1500
I have removed screws from filler hose, are the fuel lines flexible enough to remove the tank straps and let the tank down?
Can you provide the proper steps for removal of tank for access to fuel pump?
I don't think there is enought slack to drop the tank without unhooking the lines. You can take this advise if you want or not its up to you, but i always found it easier to unbolt the bed and lift it back about a foot and i could get right at the sender where the pump is and in some cases i dident even have to unhook the fuel lines, pull the sending unit out chg. the pump and put it back together. Or you can do it the other way, unhook the lines, electrical wires, filler hose, and straps, if its got gas in it better have some help 8# a gal. adds up.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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