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How to replace a petrol pump on a mercedes v class 2.8 ambiente

Had a diagnostic check which came back as air flow meter and petrol pump not producing enough bar pressure afm changed and petrol filter now need to know where the petrol pump is situated and how to replace.

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The fuel pump is in the fuel tank, u will have to drop the tank to access the fuel pump

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