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Old 01-06-2004, 10:29 AM   #1
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Anyone know how long it takes to drop the tank and replace fuel pump. Also any suggestions on how to do this would be very helpful. Thanks
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Well, make sure it'* very close to empty, or at least full of beer.

Disconnect your harnesses first. You may have to drop your exhaust from the rear hanger, then there'* just 2 straps holding it in. You'll need a buddy. Very straightforward. What are you after?
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I have made up my mind my problems are from weak fuel pump. Car will idle but when you ask for fuel it will die. Hit it with a squirt of starting fluid an she wants to run like a raped ape.It probably needs it anyways with 230,000 miles on her. And yes I did replace the fuel filter LOL. Didn't have a fuel pressure tester but I'll give this a shot
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If you know you're starving for fuel, the FPR is another candidate, especially in colder weather.
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