Question about 1992 Jaguar XJ6
You have to jack the car up and disconnect driveshaft from rearend,but be sure to mark the jurid(a rubber flex-coupling ring),shaft,andrear end in same exact position for reinstalling,butright above there are two gas lines that connect to theback of the tank you have to remove the two retainer clips thentwist fuel lines off then tank will come out hope that helps you.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
After removing all connections and wiring from the tank and the sending unit and depressurize fuel system and drain the fuel tank and most importantly TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY this is what you have to do :
1- Make sure to mark the wires for the sending unit so that you do not have a problem connecting in the correct place. 2- Remove bolts securing spare wheel mounting bracket and remove bracket. 3- Remove tank upper insulation pad. 4- Disconnect fuel pump harness from evaporative loss flange connection 5- Release harness attached to tank retaining straps and reposition harness downward. 6- Disconnect vapor pipe assembly from underbody pipe. 7- Push back collars on quickfit connectors and remove vapor pipe and over-pressure pipe from evaporative loss flange port. 8- Remove bolts securing tank retaining straps. 9- reposition straps upwards for access. 10- Remove strap holding filler housing solenoid block connector to harness and disconnect connector. 11- Disconnect drain tube from aperture seal (small pipe beside big one) 12- Open filler cap and remove filler neck garter spring. 13- Remove filler housing bolts. 14- Displace filler housing from body opening 15- Remove fuel tank. 16- Remove hose from evaporative loss flange and filler neck , ( Bend weld tag upwards to release hose). 17- Remove evaporative loss flange lock ring. 18- Lift flange from tank enough to disconnect fuel pump harness. 19- Remove flange and seal. 20- Inside tank , loosen hose clamps and remove fuel hoses from fuel pump module. 21- Remove fuel pump module and mounting rubber , note position of mounting rubber lugs. 22- Loosen hose clamps and remove two fuel hoses inside tank. 23- Remove tank sending unit. 24- Remove magnetic drain plug and make sure that you clean it well.
That is it your tank is out , and make sure that you mark every thing that you disconnected to install back in its proper place.
If you need any more help please let me know
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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