Question about Jeep Wrangler
You need to drop the tank to get to the fuel pump-remove the filler neck first, then the straps-have a jack under the tank, remove the strap bolts and lower the tank (good to have help here), then you can disconnect the hoses and the electrical harness. the vehicle does not have to be raised to get the tank out, but it is a tight fit getting it out. there is a large plastic ring that holds the fuel pump in the tank, it needs to be tapped in a counterclockwise direction to get the pump and sender out, remove it carefully so as not to damage the sender unit. as a little extra bonus, if you want to have a higher capacity tank, there is a plastic tube located in the tank where the filler goes, just cut about 5-6 inches off it (it's plastic, use a razor blade) from the inside, the hole from the fuel pump gives enough room to do this. this is just a physical job, not hard to do just requires a little determination. make sure when you install the new pump it is sealed tight, install a new gasket when you do this swap.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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