Question about 1992 GMC Jimmy
There is ROOM for you to , Lower the TANK in order to SEE them,
They are SIMPLY Hard to SEE With Tank In the WAY.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
I agree with rejakwilson I have done this project and you will find that it is a pain to get to till you get the tank dropped a bit. Even after that, its still a pain to get the tank undone (sometimes). Getting the tank back in place can be a bear too. I had to pull the tank out to get at the sending unit and fuel pump. If you are pulling this to replace the fuel pump be sure to replace the Screen for the pump as well. Its not worth all the effort of pulling the tank if you dont replace everything you can while its out due to the difficulty of getting the tank out. Also watch for the tubes that connect the lines to the tank. I was working on a truck from lower Alaska and one of the lines would not come loose without breaking the fuel line due to rust issues. I did the job by myself and in the gravel which didnt help the job go real smoothly. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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