Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
It's underneath the car on the drivers side.with a wrench loosen the nut,on the other end is a quick connect,squeeze the ends and pull the connector and hose out.Loosen the nut on top of he mounting bracket and slide it out.Slide your new one in,tighten the fuel line nut fitting and then push the quick connect back on,you should hear a click.And then tighten the mounting bracket nut back.Watch for gas because alot comes out.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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