Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Am
You need to drop the fuel tank...pump is inside. remove the screws under the fill neck opening that hold it to the body, disconnect the fuel line connections and harness, remove both straps holding the tank in (support it, if there is fuel inside its very heavy).Remove the fill and vent hose from the tank. Remove the collar that holds the pump in and carefully remove the pump assembly. Carefully replace pump and make sure it goes in without damaging the float arm and points in the same direction the old one did. reverse order...put it back together. It's best to drain tank and clean the inside before putting it back up. NO SMOKING< ELECTRIC TOOLS OR OTHER IGNITION SOURCES WITHIN 75 FEET OF WHERE YOU ARE WORKING!!!
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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