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Do I have to put my car up on a rack or can the pump be change from groun level?

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You actually can do the fuel pump from the back seat, pull the seat out and there is an access hole right above the pump. much easier than dropping the tank

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IF YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT FUEL PUMP.NO YOU DONT HAVE TO PUT CAR ON A RACK.YOU CAN USE A FLOOR JACK.SAFELY RAISED THE REAR OF CAR.SUPPORT IT WITH 2 JACK STANDS.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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