Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
It's a snap to pull the tank there's 6 bolts and the fill neck hose and the fuel line and the wires and 2 vacuum hose and it's out.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
If you're doing it by yourself, drop the fuel tank.
Make sure it's almost out of gas first.
If you pull the bed, it's the bolts that hold the bed in, the wiring to the tail lights, and the tank filler neck to take loose. Then you have to pick up the bed of the pickup (a couple hundred pounds).
To get the tank out, it's the filler neck, and unbolt the straps that hold it in. Depending on how much fuel is in it, is how much it's going to weigh.
But as you loosen the straps, you can use a floor jack to hold the tank up. Same when putting it back in.
So I would go with taking the tank out, and not pulling the bed off.
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