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The fuel pump is inside of the fuel tank. You will need to drop the tank and remove all of the attached hardware like fuel inlet hose, pressure and return lines, and electrical connectors to access the fuel sending unit. It would be a good idea to trouble shoot your issue before assuming it is an expensive part that is not easy to change. I would verify that there is a low fuel pressure condition at the fuel rail first.
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buy a clamp on type rack,available from any accesory store.(when asked what the bars on the roof were for, a lady said" it stops the paint from getting scratched when you turn the car over"... over heard in a bmw showroom)true......
remove coupling from top of steering rack ( make sure you mark postition of coupling first with centre punch so the replacement will be in the same position)
remove covers from steering column and ignition + anything else attached to column. good luck
Park van so that you can safely access the starter. I use ramps under front wheels and put it in park and set the parking brakes. Disconnect positive battery cable at battery, disconnect starter battery cable and ignition wires from starter solenoid (remember terminal locations as these will attach to new starter solenoid). Remove old starter. Replace with new starter. Re-attach wiring in reverse order.
like ANY roof rack cargo, it will be cumbersome. is it safe? it depends if you installed it properly and how fast you drive. i carried a pw50 (standing up)on top of my wifes rx300 from illinois to california...it didnt budge or made severe noises.