Question about 2004 GMC Yukon
Well i hope its not full of fuel, remove the filler neck from the car should be 3 bolts by the fuel door, there will also be a ground cable up by thefuel door to remove, next you will have to remove the two straps that hold the fuel tank up slowly lower it as you will have fuel lines and elctrical plugs that need to be detached, the fuel lines have quick fittings, you can buy a tool at auto stores to make removing them easier, un plug the wires., once the tank is out there is a snap ring holding hte fuel pump in the tank. taking a hammer and small drift turn the ring this will release the sending unit, so that you can instull the new one, now reassemble
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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