Question about 1991 Honda Accord
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.
1) Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery
Remove the fuel filler cap.
2) Relieve the fuel pressure by using a box end wrench on the 6mm service bolt at the fuel rail (on motor) while holding the special banjo bolt with another wrench.
Place a rag over the 6mm service bolt and slowly loosen the bolt one complete turn to release the fuel line pressure.
3) Remove the fuel tank.
Remove the drain bolt and drain the fuel from the tank.
Disconnect the 3P connector in the trunk
Remove the two-way valve cover and the fuel hose protector
Disconnect the hoses.
While supporting the tank, remove the strap bolts and the fuel tank should be free.
4) Disconnect fuel lines and connector from the fuel pump
Remove the fuel pump mounting nuts
5) When installing, torque fuel pump mounting nuts to 4 lb-ft (6 Nm). Torque fuel line bolt to 20 lb-ft (28Nm)
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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