Question about 2005 Nissan Sentra
Nissan Car Altima & Sentra 1999-06 Repair Guide
Fuel Pump - Removal & Installation
NOTE When the fuel sending unit needs to be removed, pull the tab upwards. The tab is located on the sending unit, opposite the end of the float. After the tab is pulled, the sending unit will lift straight out of the tank bracket.
Negative battery cable Rear seat and the access cover Fuel pump electrical connector Fuel lines from the fuel pump assembly Locking ring Fuel gauge assembly Fuel tube and connector from the fuel gauge
Fuel pump by pinching the 2 locking tabs together. Lift the fuel pump assembly straight upward and out of fuel tank. O-ring and discard
NOTE Verify that the mark on the fuel tank and the components are aligned when installing the pump and fuel gauge sending unit.
New O-ring and fuel pump Electrical connection and fuel tube to the fuel gauge sending unit Fuel sending unit into the tank
Fuel lines and fuel pump electrical connector. Always install new clamps on the fuel lines. Negative battery cable
Fuel pump access cover Rear seat
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank on all vehicles. In-tank fuel pumps are accessible by lifting up the rear seat to gain access to the inspection cover.
Negative battery cable Rear seat from the vehicle Inspection cover that is located under the rear seat Inlet and outlet fuel lines from the fuel pump assembly Fuel pump and gauge wiring connections 6 mounting bolts that secure the fuel pump assembly to the top of the fuel tank
Fuel gauge assembly Fuel pump with the fuel chamber
Fuel pump from the chamber O-ring seal or gasket
Fuel pump to the fuel pump chamber and slide chamber rearward Fuel pump with the fuel pump chamber Fuel gauge assembly using a new O-ring Fuel tubes and connector. Use new hoses and clamps. 6 mounting bolts to the top of the fuel gauge unit and torque the bolts to 18-22 inch lbs. (2-2.5 Nm) Fuel pump and gauge wiring connections New inlet and outlet fuel lines to the fuel pump assembly Negative battery cable
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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1. Release fuel pressure by removing the fuel pump fuse and spinning the engine over.
2. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
3. Open the fuel filler lid and remove the fuel filler cap at relieve the pressure in the fuel tank.
4. Remove the rear seat cushion.
5. Remove the inspection hole cover located under the rear seat cushion by rotating the attaching clips 90 degrees to line them up for removal.
6. Disconnect the fuel pump assembly electrical connector.
7. Disconnect the fuel feed hose quick connector. You will need to push in the winged tabs at the end of the fuel line. Be careful not to break it.
8. Remove the six fuel level sensor and fuel pump assembly retainer ring screws.
9. To remove, pull up the fuel pump assembly. Be careful not to damage the fuel level sensor. You will have to tilt the assembly to remove it completely.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 altima fuel pump
The tank does not need to be dropped. There is a access panel either under the cushion of the rear seat or in the trunk. I have to replace the pump on my 02
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Removal & Installation
Negative battery cable Fuel pump module harness connectors Filler hose shield Fuel pressure and return lines Filler hose Vent hose Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) hose Fuel tank skid plate Fuel tank Fuel level sender Fuel pump
Fuel pump Fuel level sender. Tighten the screws to 17-23 inch lbs. (2.0-2.5 Nm). Fuel tank. Tighten the bolts to 27-36 ft. lbs. (37-49 Nm). Fuel tank skid plate. Tighten the bolts to 27-36 ft. lbs. (37-49 Nm). EVAP hose Vent hose Filler hose Fuel pressure and return lines Filler hose shield Fuel pump module harness connectors Negative battery cable
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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