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Can i get to the fuel pump in a 2004 ion under the back seat

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No, you need to remove the tank, to get to the fuel pump assembly

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Nope.

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SOURCE: fuel pump for 1995 olds cutlass supreme

No you will have to drop tank to access fuel pump.

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look under the car and see where the tank is located. If it is under the trunk its probably in the trunk same for backseat tank would be under the back seat.

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The fuel filter is located WITH the fuel pump AKA fuel module is what Mitsubishi calls this bundle, to access remove rear seats where you will find the cover to the assembly. The Fuel pump and Fuel Filter are intergrated to each other to save weight.

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first disconnect the fuel lines but be carefull their might be some pressure in the line. your supposed to use a special tool that fits over the black ring that goes around the top but you can use a big screwdriver and a hammer jus tap the black ring anti clockwise untill you can use your hand to unscrew it.

Posted on Mar 15, 2010

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I replaced fuel pump but did not start,poured fuel in the air breather and it stays on until the fums run out.checked the pressure on the rack and nothing.is there a relay that doesnt work a fuse or is it...


The fuel pump relay is controlled by the PCM which uses the gray and black wires all the way back through the chaissis to the fuel pump. With the key on and no pressure at the rail the pump should be running. If there is no power out of the PCM (Power Train Control Module) to the fuel pump relay the fuel pump will not work

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Hello travis.... The fuel filter is actually in the fuel tank and is accessable. On the 2004 Kia Optima EX, 2.7L automatic there is an access cover behind the back seat in the trunk. Another individual I spoke with said his was located under his back seat. This all depends on engine, year, model.

There is a hatch in the trunk behind the rear seats - remove it and the top of the tank is exposed where the fuel lines go into the tank and down to the pump.


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look under the car and see where the tank is located. If it is under the trunk its probably in the trunk same for backseat tank would be under the back seat.

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