Question about 1998 GMC Safari
You do understand that its located inside the gas tank right? you have to drop the tank to replace the pump. first get van up on jack stands the higher the better, next try and get as much gas as posible out of tank, than unhook all fuel lines and electrical connections and filler hose, and last unbolt tank straps and tank will come down, its best to have some help when you drop it. After its out it perty strate forward just use a screwdriver and a hammer to turn the locking ring and the whole thing( pump and flote) will come out of the tank.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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