Question about Subaru Outback
The pump is an immersion type, fitted in the fuel tank. If your Liberty is a wagon, lift the carpet in the boot and on the right hand side behind the rear seat is a small metal hatch. Remove it to gain access to the fuel tank. I would advise disconnecting the battery and then unscrewing the fuel pump cover - probably disconnect to electrical plug as well..we don't want any sparks in this area do we?? You can then lift the pump out gently by turning it in various ways to remove it from this small hole. The fuel gauge float etc resides on the pump as well. You may also want to clean the little filter sock at the pickup end of the pump. If you need to replace the pump get your wallet or credit card ready...I was quoted almost $800 aussie for a new one from Japan. Another option I have considered is to put a fuel pump in-line. See this link: http://www.nardek.com.au/fuelpumps.htm Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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