Question about 1999 GMC Suburban
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll have to take the fuel tank off, so make sure you have something to support it, while loosening the tank straps. Lower it down far enough to disconnect the sender and pump wires, and the fuel line. Drag the tank out where you can work on it, and you can carefully use a hammer and screwdriver and chisel to tap on the lock ring until it rotates the 1/4 turn it needs to come off. Remove, and replace it with the new one. While you have it open, it's easier to empty it out into gas cans so it's easier to put back up. You may want to put a light coating of a silicone based lubricant on the o-ring when you put the new pump in. After that's done, just make sure that you hook everything back up the way you found it, and put gas back in it, and you're done.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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