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Drain the gast tank. Remove the chrome bolt holding the dash to the tank. Lift up the dash and disconnect all the electrical connections. Remove the dash. Remove the seat. Remove the bolt at the bottom tank mount. Remove the nut and bolt at the bottom front of the tank. Disconnect the gas line on the left side bottom of tank. If the tank has a crossover line at the front, disconnect it. Lift the rear of the tank and block it up with piece of wood or something similar. Disconnect the electrical connection for the gas gauge under the left side of the tank. Remove the tank. Installation is reverse of removal. Don't forget to reconnect the fuel gauge and gas line, and crossover, if equipped. Good luck!
CAUTION: When repair to the fuel system has been completed, start engine and check the fuel system for loose connection or leakage. For the fuel system diagnosis, see Computers and Control Systems/System Diagnosis.