Question about 1994 GMC Suburban
You'll need to remove the gas tank. You'll need to disconnect the 3 fuel lines going to the fuel pump and the electrical connector/s. Also, on the back end of the tank there is a vent valve, be careful not to break it when removing the tank. Disconnect the filler and overful hoses. On top of the tank there is a lock ring to remove that holds the fuel pump in the tank.
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