Question about 1988 Plymouth Voyager
You'll need to disconnect battery, disconnect filler tube,fuel lines, wiring connectors at tank, and remove straps, to lower tank, and it's in the tank.(from top) Try to get fuel level as low as possible, or empty, and have something, or someone under there to help support tank when ready to remove straps and lower it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK TO SEE IF THEY KNOCKED THE METAL TABS DOWN ONTO RING FIRST. IF NOT SOAK RING WITH PENETRATING OIL FOR A DAY THEN TRY TO GET OFF.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
most vehicles that have fuel injected engines ,have an electric fuel pump in the fuel tank.a machanical fuel pump cannot provide the pressure or volume that modern fuel systems require
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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