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How do you change a 3 nipple reservior to a 2 nipple reservior tank on a 1995 impala?

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Reservoir for what?

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First, what engine does he have? The 4.0 L straight six or the 5.2 L V-8?

If the old pump has 2 fuel connections, one is for supply (pressure) and the other one is for return to tank. The new pump will have to have both of these nipples for the system to work properly.



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