Question about 1999 Buick Park Avenue
Not too bad as long as you lines and straps are in good shape. dis connect battery first. you will need to remove fuel filler tube, electric connector fuel lines and vent line , un- do tank straps. you need to get the car up high enough to drop tanks and helps if you have someone to muscle the tank up and down with you. hope you do not have much gas in tank. also do not try to clean sending unit. just replace it. you do not want to do it twice. take care not to break any wires of fuel lines.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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