Question about 1999 Chevrolet Venture
HI, you will need to remove as much fuel as possible, then raise the van up and support it so there is enough room under the van to drop the tank out.
1) remove the fuel line from the fuel filter and the return line .
2) you will see a black EVAP canister by the fuel filter you will need to disconnect the lines from it. The remove the lines from the fuel tank that run from the canister.
3) Loosen the clamps on the fuel filler neck and pry the neck away from the tank. there will be a small vet line running to the filler neck this also needs to be removed.
4) you will need to support the tank and remove the 3 bolts holding the straps. then lower the tank down.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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