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yup and there no fun when the tank is full of gas. you can find the big fuel take filler hose under the car and loosen the clamp then use a hand gas pump or other means of gettting the gas out then loosen the bolts holing the gas tank in use a block of wood or something to keep the gas tank from falling on you and take the bolts to the fuel tank straps out the tank will come out easy from that point now your gonna have to disconnect the power conecter to the pump and the fuel lines as well you local auto parts store will have disconnect tools for the fuel lines there only 8 bucks or so.
replace your fuel filter and buy Z MAX (only thing i trust) fuel and engine system restore ( about 35 bucks at any auto store but so worth it). what has happend is the fuel in the tank is dirty or carmalized, basically the car had been sitting for a while and the fuel seperated in your tank. normal conventional gas is not strong enough to break down deposits. and when you replace your fuel pump, make sure the whole wiring harness or the actuall fuel pump harness is replace. other wise you keep blowing your fuel pump and/ or keep backfiring