Question about Chevrolet 1500
Every car is different , some have fuel lines that click onto the tank and require a special tool to release. You will need to provide more info about what kind of car it is to get any helpfull responses. If you are doing this to change a fuel pump , you might be lucky enough to have a car that has a fuel pump access panel under the seat , or in the trunk , in which case , you wouldn't have to remove the tank. Either way , research online the procedure before you start
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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