Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
Hi, You will need to disconnect the negative battery cable, raise and support the back of your truck. Remove the filler neck from the tank. Remove any shields around the tank these will be bolted front and back of the tank. Support the tank and remove the two holding straps each will have one bolt that when removed lets the strap drop down, be gentle and pull them back to allow the tank to drop. Lower the tank 6 to 8 inches you will be able to reach on top of it and disconnect the wiring harness and fuel lines. Drop the tank down and lift it out from under the truck. You will then remove the retaining ring from the sending unit and lift the unit out of the tank. Be sure to have a contain to set it in as it will leak fuel. Good luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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