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How do you change the fuel pump on a 1994 mercury tracer 4 cylinder?

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2006-04-12 12:43:54
2006-04-12 12:43:54

pull the lower cushion of the back seat up, and you will find an access panel on the floor. Remove that and you will be looking right down on top of the fuel pump, which is mounted in the fuel tank. It is all pretty much self-explanitory once you find it, but PLEASE DO NOT SMOKE while doing this! Also it is helpful to have something to catch dripping fuel like a pan, as you will have to remove the fuel pump out through the interior of your car, ad it contains a lot of fuel that will be spilling out everywhere. Also, once you replace the fuel pump, I also like to replace the fuel filter. A restricted fuel filter may have aided in the demise of your old pump. It is located under the hood, attached to the firewall, below the brake master cylinder area.

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