Question about 1987 Chevrolet Camaro
Somehow I dont see you lifting this car high enough to drop out the fuel tank to get to the pump. There are no pics or videos on this one.
You will need to drop the links that go side to side from the rear end to the body
You will need to open the fuel filler cover and remove the screws hofing the cover and the filler nec to the body.
You will ne to unplug the connector in front of the tank on the bottom of the floor metal under neath the car.
You will need to take a pair of wrenches and uncouple the fuel line about a foot away from the afore mentiond electrical connector.
Now unbolt the 2 straps that hold the tack to the car and pull it down and to the passanger side of the car, you will HAVE TO BEND THE FILLER NECK to get it loose from the car.
Now look at the top of the tank you will see a ring, with a hammer and a screw driver knock the ring so it will release the pump... pull the pump up and out and put the new pump in the way the old one came out.
reverse all you did to get the tank out to put it back
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