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Emergancy Answer On Fuel Pump Needed!
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Posted 21 October 2003 - 07:37 AM
there are 4 screws on the plate cover under the carpet in the back and 3 hoses one plug in and about 8 - 10 (8mm) nuts holding it in.
Its about a 30 min job to 45 to do it yourself
You might even test the conections inside the tank ( i had one that just had a bad conection and needed to be tightened )
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Give me a call 268-9750 Larry
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