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How do you take the ring off that holds the fuel pump in on a 2002 S80 non turbo, without the factory tool?

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Gently, a brass punch and a hammer are sufficient to turn the large "bung nut" on the fuel pump.

Make sure it is brass, as a steel punch can cause a spark.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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