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Have a 94 merc topaz 4 cyl. need to replace the fuel pump. where is it and how do i do it?

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Its in the fuel tank! you must remove the tank and hosings! you have to twist the lonck ring thing, as I used a flat head and hammer! then you pull it out and take out and put back the same way! also as it is gas it must be done safely and in the book it says to releave fuel pressure but its best if there is almost no gas in take! I did it my self so it can be done!

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