Fuel Pump Replacement?

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Fuel pump replacement can be done by an auto mechanic, or by the vehicles owner. Knowing the location of the pump, which can either be inside or outside of the fuel tank, can often help one decide on whether or not they wish to replace it themselves.
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Fuel pump replacement varies by make and model of the vehicle. An electric fuel pump is located in the fuel tank on most vehicles. The Chilton Auto Repair manual online is a resource for do-it-yourself repairs, andin the alternative, follow the detailed instructions in the owner's manual.
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Replacing a fuel pump can be risky. Most vehicles are fueled by gasoline and it is very flammable. Most vehicle fuel systems are pressurized and you run the risk of gasoline spewing
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It is located in the fuel tank. Relieve the fuel pressure and then....remove the fuel tank from the vehicle (after removing the fuel lines). The fuel pump is integrated with the sending
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1. Take out the rear seat cushion by lifting up on the cushion's front edge and removing the rear mounting bolt. Remove the floor service hole cover underneath the seat. 2. Relieve
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