You will have to let the tank down until you can reach the clamp. It will come down enough to reach everything. It is a tough job to do laying on your back.
The fuel lines disconnect at the tank and yes there is a tool required. You can get it at advanced or discount auto for a couple of bucks.
No it doesn't disconnect from the Transmission Oil Pan. The AT dipstick filler tube is connected to the body of the transmission. Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For more information.
Your going to have to drop the tank. First disconnect the filler tube and overflow tube from the filler neck assembly (It will be easier to drain the tank from the filler tube than from the filler neck. Second, syphon the gas out!!! unless you have a lift and jack/hoist to hold the tank. Remove the two bolts from the straps with the tank being supported. (NOTE; these bolt may be rusted and have to be cut so be prepared to replace them.) Slowly lower the tank, at an angle, until you are able to disconnect the wiring to the fuel pump. Lower the tank a bit more than disconnect the two fuel lines and vapor line. At this point the tank should be totally disconnected. Lower the tank completely to access the fuel pump on top of the tank. remove the old pump and replace. reverse order to replace the tank. THIS IS NOT A ONE PERSON JOB UNLESS YOU HAVE A JACK SUPPORT!!!
yes, and the foam insulating back could make the tank 'stick', especially if the tank is empty. Don't forget to disconnect the filler and vent lines, as well as the fuel pump lines and wiring harness.
Empty fuelDisconnect filler pipeDisconnect fuel lineSupport fuel tankCut or unbolt securing strapsLower tank
disconnect the fuel lines under the van at the front of the gas tank use a reversed vacum cleaner at the filler don't make a positive seal at the filler
Check: owner's manual. door jambs, fuel filler door or glove box door for a label
# Relieve the fuel pressure # Disconnect the negative battery cable # Siphon the fuel out of the tank as much as possible # Raise the car and support it securely on jackstands # Disconnect the exhaust rubber hangers and allow the rear portion of the exhaust system to rest on the rear axle # Disconnect the fuel filler hose and vapor lines fromthe fuel tank # Disconnect the fuel feed and return lines and the vapor return line from the fuel pump # Disconnect the bolts from the fuel filler neck.Angle the filler neck down and away from the tank and remove it from the car # Support the fuel tank with a floor jack # Disconnect both fuel tank retaining straps # Lower the tank enough to disconnect the electrical connectors from the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit,and the fuel tank pressure sensor # Remove the tank from the car
The filler cap in in front of the battery. The actual container in under the battery, but the cap can be found right in front of the battery.
this might fit , you will have to see where the vent port is , also where the lines and filler neck connects if they are the same
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank, attached to the fuel gage sending unit, and may be serviced separately. Access is through the fuel filler door in the body.Replacement proceedure1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Remove fuel filler door.3. Remove fuel cap.4. Remove the rubber fuel tank filler neck housing and disconnect drain hose.5. Remove screws attaching fuel meter/fuel pump to tank.6. Disconnect fuel lines, fuel vapor line and electrical connector.7. Remove fuel meter/fuel pump and gasket.8. Replace fuel pump.9. Install replacement unit in reverse order.
Most vehicles these days make it impossible to run a syphon hose down the filler neck so, when I have to drain a fuel tank (for whatever reason) I disconnect the filler tube from the tank and go directly into the tank with the syphon hose.
This is a job that just about anyone can do. 1) block front tires and Jack up Left rear side of car. 2) Remove Rear Tire. 3) pull plastic cover that protects the filler neck. 4) undo hose clamps on the filler neck side of the robber hose that connects the tank and fuel filler neck on your stratus. 5) undo the 3 bolts at the top of the fuel filler pipe. 6) pull the filler neck our of the hose and put your new stratus, cirrus or breeze fuel tank filler neck back in place the same way taken apart.
First remove gas cap, then disconnect exhaust from flange by fuel tank. Disconnect fuel pump electrical connection, disconnect fuel filler hose and evap line from top of tank. Disconnect quick connect fittings on top of tank. Lower tank. This procedure should be done with the tank less then 1/4 full.
Check the oil filler cap or the owners manual for recommended viscosity.
Disconnect fuel filler hose, fuel lines from the top of the tank, drop your fuel tank, remove retaining ring, carefully pull unit out. Installation is reverse. When installing seal, lubricate it so it doesn't harden up.
Hopefully your tank is almost empty or else you will have to siphon it out. First take off the gas cap, take out the filler neck screws and disconnect the filler neck hoses. You have to remove the skid plate for the fuel tank if eqipped. Then remove the fuel tank straps. Make sure the fuel tank is supported. Then ease it down to where you can get to the fuel pump. Then unattatch everything.
Disconnect the Cavaliers battery. Lift the rear of the vehicle and disconnect the fuel lines and filler pipe. Holding the fuel tank up with a jack, remove the tank straps and lower it to disconnect the electrical connection. Remove the tank and replace the fuel pump, mounted in the top of the tank.
Disconnect the battery. Disconnect the filler neck from the fuel tank. While holding the fuel tank up with a jack, remove the tank straps. Lower the tank just enough to remove the wiring and the fuel line. Pull the tank out. The pump mounts on the top under the access cover. Replace the pump and put the tank back in.
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank on a 1985 Buick Electra. Disconnect the battery. Unhook the filler neck. While holding the tank up with a jack, remove the tank straps. Lower the tank enough to disconnect the fuel lines and wiring. Take the tank out and remove the top plate to replace the pump. Install everything that was removed.
Jack up the car. Remove the fuel tank straps and lower the tank enough to disconnect the wiring and filler hose.
Empty the fuel tank, if possible. Remove the filler cap to relieve pressure (the cap you use for putting more gas in) Disconnect the battery's negative cable Raise the van on jackstands. If there's a protective shield, remove it (bolts) Disconnect the filler hose Disconnect the fuel lines and vapor return line. If there's fuel left in the tank, siphon it. Support the fuel tank with a floor jack, putting a large piece of wood between the jack and the tank to distribute the weight. Disconnect the retaining straps and pivot them out of the way. Lower the tank slowly, disconnect the wiring from the fuel pump and gauge. Installation is the opposite of removal
The fuel pump on an LT type Corvette is removed through the fuel tank door. First disconnect the battery, then vent the fuel pressure. You will be safer if you can store the fuel in the tank somewhere else. Remove fuel tank door, then the screws around the bezel, then the filler door bezel. Remove the rubber fuel tank filler housing. Clean the top of the tank, remove and plug fuel lines. Disconnect wires, remove all of the screws surrounding the filler assembly then remove the sender and pump as a unit. You will want to replace the gasket, the pickup screen and other sundry items. I bet you can figure out how to put it back together!
Disconnect the fuel filler hose, drop the gas tank, remove the pump.