the fuel cell is up above the rear axle, you would have to drop the rear axle to do any work on the fuel cell..
The book answer is to remove the exhaust from the Cat Converter back, then remove Panhard bar, sway bar, and shocks while supporting rear axle with jack. Lower rear end, remove fuel tank, remove replace pump. The simpler method is to cut a trap door in the rear hatch area. Google camaro fuel pump trap door for detailed instructions.
in the gas tank. you have to remove the tank to replace the pump.
Remove fuel tank
You must remove the fuel tank.
The fuel pump is in the gas tank, you have to take the tank down to replace it.
drop the tank remove pump replace pump replace tank. put back together
Where is fuel pump reset switch on a 1986 camaro?
The fuel pump relay is in the fuel pump itself, Therefore when your relay goes bad or you get a 5-4 trouble code you must replace the fuel pump.
Pull the gas tank down and you will see where the pump goes into the tank.
By taking out the back seat
Possibly loose connection or the relay is failing. Replace the fuel pump relay first.
How can do I replace a water pump on a 96 camaro z28
the pump is located in the fuel tank
In the fuel tank.
In the fuel tank
The fuel pump is down in the gas tank. Remove the tank and you will see where the fuel pump is plugged in. Just remove the bolts and unplug everything and reverse the procedure with your new pump.
in the gas tank its all one unit with the fuel pump you must replace the hole thing
The fuel pump relay of a 1983 Chevy Camaro can be found inside the relay fuse block. It provides power to the fuel pump.
In the fuel tank
CARBURETED MODELS # Disconnect the negative battery cable # Remove the fuel inlet and outlet lines.Use two wrenches to prevent damage to the pump and connections # Remove the fuel pump mounting bolts and the pump and gasket
Blown fuel pump fuse, defective fuel pump relay, or the fuel pump has failed and needs replacing.
The fuel pump for any camaro with Fuel Injection is and will always be in the fuel tank. very few carbed vehicles have a fuel pump in the tank, most have the pump bolted on to the passenger side of the engine block.
You MUST remove the fuel tank to service the pump.