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Relieve the fuel system pressure by removing the fuel pump relay from the power distribution center. Start the engine and allow it to run until it stalls. Try to start it again and let it run until it stalls. Repeat this procedure until it no longer will start. Turn the ignition off.
Disconnect the negative battery cable and raise the vehicle. Support the fuel tank with a transmission jack. Locate the fuel filter on the top of your Chrysler Town & Country fuel tank.
Remove the fuel line from the front of the tank and then the ground strap. Next, remove the inboard side of the fuel tank straps and front T-strap fastener. Lower the tank about 6 inches.
Detach the fuel lines from the fuel pump module and then remove the fuel filter. Put the new filter in its place. Tighten the fuel filter bolts to 40 inch pounds.
Reconnect the fuel lines to the fuel pump module and reposition the tank. Replace the front T strap fastener and tighten it to 250 inch pounds. Put the inboard fuel tank straps back and tighten them to 40 foot pounds.
Put on the ground strap and connect the fuel line in the front of the tank. Start the engine of your Town & Country and check for leaks.
Put the truck on service ramps or a lift. Pump out any fuel in the tank. Remove the plastic cover from the tank straps, 10mm socket. Unhook filler and vent hoses. Unhook fuel lines, electrical wires and vacuum lines at the T connector. Support the tank with a jack and loosen the strap nuts with a 15 mm wrench, then lift the strap hooks out of the notch in the frame. Once loose, work the tank out. Dropping the drive shaft would make it easier.
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REMOVAL Release fuel pressure, Disconnect the negative battery cable. Raise vehicle and support. Support the fuel tank with a transmission jack. Remove fuel line from the front of the tank. Remove ground strap Remove the inboard side of the fuel tank straps and front T strap fastner. Lower the tank about 6 inches. Remove fuel lines from the fuel pump module. Remove fuel filter from tank.
Removal NOTE: On some vehicles, fuel gauge sending unit is not available separately. On those vehicles, to replace sending unit, replace entire fuel pump .
Remove fuel tank as described in this section.
Removal and Installation NOTE: Make sure fuel tank is properly supported during removal and installation procedures.
Drain fuel from fuel tank .
Loosen fill pipe clamp.
Remove bolts securing shield and bracket assembly to frame (5005) and remove assembly from vehicle.
Remove fuel tank filler pipe from vehicle.
Support fuel tank .
Remove bolts and nuts from rear fuel tank support strap and remove rear fuel tank support strap .
Remove bolt and nut from front fuel tank support strap and remove front fuel tank support strap .
Lower fuel tank .
Remove fuel feed hose at sender push connector.
Remove fuel return hose at sender unit push connector.
Disconnect sender and fuel pump electrical connector.
Remove fuel vapor hose from fuel vapor valve .
Lower fuel tank from vehicle
Remove fuel tank to bench. Remove any dirt that has accumulated around the fuel pump attaching flange so that it will not enter the fuel tank during fuel pump removal.
Turn the fuel tank sending unit locking retainer ring (9A307) counterclockwise with the Fuel Tank Lock Ring Wrench Tool T90T-9275-A or T86T-9275-A and remove fuel tank sending unit locking retainer ring .
Remove the fuel pump and sender assembly.
Remove fuel pump mounting gasket (9417) and discard.
If necessary, disconnect spade connector and remove two screws and fuel gauge sending unit.