Question about 1989 Chevrolet Suburban
You didn't state if it was fuel injection or regular carb type.
If fuel injection, you have to drop the gas tank. Undo bolts on tank straps, lower slowly, disconnect the fuel lines and the wire connector for the pump. Make sure surface is clean, take a screw driver and hammer and tap the pump assembly locking ring until it's loose. Remove pump assembly. Installation is just reverse.
If it is carb type, the pump is on the drivers side of the engine.
Disconnect the fuel lines, take off the two bolts, remove pump.
To install that pump you need a pair of needle nose pliers to hold up the push rod while you are installing the new one. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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