Question about Saturn SC2
Hello: You have to lower the fuel tank to replace the fuel level sensor. To do this you need to disconnect all fuel lines and that also includes the fill hose and vent hose. Also disconnect the electrical wires. A lock ring holds the fuel pump module in place, remove it (counterclockwise) When removing the fuel pump module assembly you have to turn it some and pull up easy, becareful that you don't pull to hard and make the module come apart (both the module and fuel level sensor are expensive) You will see how the electrical connection works when you remove the old one. The Senor mounts on the side of the fuel level module. You have to release a plastic clip to remove the old one. You have to re-use the float assembly.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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