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Where can I find schematics for the fuel tank of a 96 honda passport

Need to know where the fuel lines connect to when re-installing a fuel tank on 96 Honda Passport. Markings rubbed off tape that marked the lines when it was removed.

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  • Sherrie Bristow Aug 17, 2008

    There are 7 fuel lines. 3 lines coming from the front of the car I know the two that connect to the fuel pump. Do not know where the other goes. I know where the big filler hose goes and the small overflow hose that is by the filler hose. There are two other connectors by the fuel nozzel I do not know where they go. So there is a total of three hoses I do not know where they connect to.

  • Sherrie Bristow Aug 17, 2008

    Do not have $79.00 plus shipping for this book. That is one reason doing this by myself. It does look like a good book to have though so maybe one day I can get it. As for now I hope that someone can help with this. Thank you anyway.

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Removing a Fuel Tank for Servicing The procedure for removing a fuel tank varies depending on the vehicle make and year. Always follow the procedure in the vehicle manufacturer's service manual.
WARNING Wear safety glasses and do not use a drop light. Liquid falling on the hot glass can cause the bulb to explode. If it is accidentally dropped or has a bad switch or loose connections, it can cause a fire.

  • Before removing the tank, remove the battery ground cable to avoid an accidental spark.
  • Relieve the fuel system pressure, and drain the fuel tank.
    • Gasoline weighs about 7 pounds per gallon. A full tank could easily weigh in excess of 100 pounds. Attempting to remove it while it is full could result in a dangerous gasoline spill or an injury. Remember, gasoline vapor is extremely flammable.
  • Raise the vehicle on a hoist, or lift the vehicle with a floor jack and then lower the chassis onto jack stands.
  • Use compressed air to blow dirt from the fuel line fittings and wiring connectors.
  • Remove the fuel tank wiring harness connector from the body harness connector.
  • Remove the ground wire retaining screw from the chassis if there is one.
  • Disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel tank. If these lines have quick-disconnect fittings, follow the manufacturer's recommended removal procedure in the service manual. Some quick-disconnect fittings are hand releasable, and others require the use of a special tool.
  • Wipe the filler pipe and vent pipe hose connections with a shop towel, and then disconnect the hoses from the filler pipe and vent pipe to the fuel tank.
  • Unfasten the filler from the tank. If it is a rigid one-piece tube, remove the screws around the outside of the filler neck near the filler cap. If it is a three-piece unit, remove the neoprene hoses after the clamp has been loosened.
Typical location of a fuel tank's filler tube. Courtesy of DaimlerChrysler Corporation.
WARNING Do not heat the bolts on the fuel tank straps in order to loosen them. The heat could ignite the fumes.

  • Loosen the bolts holding the fuel tank straps to the vehicle until they are about two threads from the end.
WARNING Gas tanks should be filled with an inert gas, such as CO2, before any welding takes place. Even if a tank has been thoroughly flushed of gasoline, the tank may still contain flammable vapors. Attempting to weld such a tank may result in an explosion.
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    Jalal Sordo Aug 17, 2008

    hope that helps that was a quote from apge

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The lines are proprietary each one shuld be a different size, try to reconnect them that way ......make sure you cycle the key (on and off) 3-4 times before trying to start it . if it will not start swich the two larger hoses. then try again.

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    kristopher betzler Aug 17, 2008

    if you have an "auto zone" near by they will print it out for you for free....i just called...so try that.

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    kristopher betzler Aug 17, 2008

    if you have an auto zone neer bye they will print it out free for you...

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Http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1996-HONDA-PASSPORT-OEM-Shop-Service-Repair-Manual-ETM_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1638Q2em118Q2el1247QQcategoryZ34223QQihZ014QQitemZ330182852159QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V
Follow this link and you can get the full factory service manual you can also find just the electrical manual on ebay as well. It is a very reasonable price seeing as the money you save on repairs. This is what the dealer mechanics use and is a complete source. if you need any further assistance please let me know. If you found this helpful please rate the solution accordingly.
Thanks,
Lee

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    Lee A. Aug 17, 2008

    If you need any other assistance on this problem I will be more then happy to let you know. I would definitely recommend getting that manual.
    Thanks,
    Lee


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Try checking this link for this concern and see if that's what you're looking for http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/05/13/24/0900823d80051324/repairInfoPages.htm

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See Figures 6 and 7

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Fig. 7: Exploded view of the fuel tank components-1995-96 Sentra


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