On replacing the fuel pump.
Hardest part for me was getting the fuel out (had just filled it), since it is impossible to get a siphon hose down the long filler.
- Basically, you take the exhaust loose.
You can cheat on that, but bite the bullet and go ahead and take it loose at the manifold hookup too. You will have more room and would probably end up having to replace the gasket ring anyway (I did).
Then it is just a matter of unplugging the harness at the side and dropping the tank (2bolts)
A side note; I've been reading where there also seems to be a common problem with losing the ground to the pump. Suppose to be a ground bus under the carpet/trim at the bottom of the driver door opening and this is where the pump is grounded. Seems to be a problem with corrosion in northern climates. Might give that a quick look/see. There'* an outside chance that the pump is only getting partial current if the ground is cruddy.
1993 Red SSE - Bone-Stock except for High Perf. Power Antenna-Original Owner. Less than 130K - Love of my Wife
'05 Magnum R/T Hemi - Bunches of classic VW Beetles... and one "not quite stock."