Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
Pull the back seat out (pull up on the rear bench, look at the front of the bench by the bottom, there is a small bracket (both sides) the goes into a molded space in the floor-push the front of the seat back hard and pull up, the bottom of the seat comes off)-then unscrew the bolts/screws that hold the back of the seat to the car, and you have no back seat anymore...pull up the rug/insulation and you will see a rounded, rectangular plate held in place by screws-remove those screw, and remove the plate-there is the fuel pump. Unplug the harness, hoses and unscrew the large plastic collar to lift out the fuel pump-be careful you do not damage the sender unit when you lift out the assembly.
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