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Liberty's, you can access the fuel pump from behind the back seat. Pull the carpet up. Pull the plug and check for power. No power, bad wire. Check continuity of the wire from front to back. If it checks OK. Look at the fuse panel. You can also put power and ground to the pump to see it is working. Most likely you can access your's this way.
Start in the trunk. If you have a spare tire, remove it., pull the carpet to the side, (first open the gas cap to release pressure). back in the trunk you will see the pump access cover, You'll need to unbolt it to get to the pump. Good luck.
Yes, remove back seat, it is under the passenger side, just pull back the carpet. It is a circular cover held on by 6 screws. Be sure to disconnect your negative battery cable before performing any work on the fuel pump/ sending unit assembly.
The fuel pump is built into the gas tank usually if u pull up the trunk carpet or pull up the bottom part of the back seat you will see a 10" disc with bolts around the edge. This is the fuel pump access cover. The fuel pump is under there.
Open the trunk, pull the carpet back to reveal the access to the fuel pump. The gas tank pressure sensor is located on top or the fuel pump. The connector has 3 wires, 1 black and 2 colored. Pull the plug off the sensor, put jumper across the 2 colored wires, tape it up with electrical tape. Replace the access cover, the carpet, close the trunk and never see that "CHECK GAS CAP" message again.
Unfortunately not. I have had some people install a aftermarket high pressure pump inline that has worked however i do not recommend this. The job is actually not to back, remove most of the gas from the tank, remove the straps ( might need to replace them) and remove the tank partially to expose the fuel line connections. Remove the fuel lines and power connector then remove the tank. Remove the locking ring on top the tank, remove the pump and fuel level sender. Install new pump and re install.
Don't drop the gas tank. Pull back the carpet in front of the rear seat and there will be a square cover closer to behind the passenger seat with 4 screws holding it down. Remove that cover and it will expose your fuel sending unit cover. This will be circular in shape with 6 or 8 small philips head screws holding it in place. Unfortunately they will probably be very rusty and hard to get out. You will first need to disconnect the electrical plug and the 2 fuel lines. After removal of the fuel lines and the screws carefully remove unit to expose fuel pump.
Check the fuel pump cut off switch located behind the carpet on the passenger side up unde the heater box, pull the carpet back and see if the button on top of the switch is pressed down, if not there behind the panel passenger footwell right side same thing also make sure the switch has power coming in and going out. BUT! you gotta be quick the fuel pump relay controls this power and only suppllies power for 2-3 seconds then it turns off. so plan ahead get your test equipment all set-up and surn the ignition on if you have power great turn off the key and move test stuff to tho other wire on the fuel shut off switch get ready and turn on the key power good no power bad fuel pump switch but No power to the switch likely a bad ffuel pump relay.