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I need to change the gasiline pump the camaro 1998

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The fuel pump is in the gas tank, let me know if you are interested in taking on a very difficult repair, and I will tell you how to.

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The fuel pump is located inside the gas tank. it must be empty and dropped down to access the pump

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