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Where is the fuel pump located on a 1989 hyundai

I have a 89 hyundai excel hatch and theres no fuel getting to the carbie,and also theres no fuel in the fuel filter so i'm presuming the fuel pump has gone ???what do you think?? also....
where is the fuel pump located on a 1989 hyundai excel 5 dr hatch??,please


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Turn the car on and listen for a sound resembling an electric motor running, which should stop after just a few seconds of having the key turned to acc (pre ignition) If nothing then you will have to drop the gas tank belts and pull the pump from the upper assymbly. I believe it is threaded normally and the fuel hoses can be removed with the ends taped to keep dust and dirt from making its way into your fuel system.
Check O'Reilys or Autozone for the pump



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