This is actually a pretty involved repair. You have to have the car jacked up on all 4 corners, or up on a car lift. Disconnected battery, and it is recommended you have as much gas as possible drained from the tank. Then underneath the car you will find the tank with 2 staps holding it in place. Those staps should be taken off or at least out of the way while the tank is being supported. There are vacume lines, the fuel fill and vent lines, and the wiring harness that all have to be unhooked. Once you are sure that all lines are disconnected, drop the tank and pull to the side. Wash the top of the tank off, there will be dirt and rocks on top of it, and you need to get all of these out of the way. You will see where the wiring harness goes into the fuel sending unit. Around that peice is a slide ring that has to be gently hammered counter clockwise. Once it is free from its retaining clips, the fuel sending unit will have to be wiggled out very carefully. Once out, you will see the fuel pump mounted in line on the fuel sending unit. You will have to work out how its mounted in line, and get it off and unplugged. Reinstall the new fuel pump and reverse the procedure.
Lock ring O-ring
Posibly the fuel sending unit if you were having problems with your gas gauge.
The fuel filter on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is next to the fuel tank on the driver's side of the car/
There is no MAF on a 1987 Chevy 2.5L engine.
The filter is on the drivers side under the car near the fuel tank.
From the 1987 model year through the end of production in the 1990 model all engines were fuel injected.
If I had to replace a fuel line I would get a replacement out of a car in a wrecking yard and install that.
My 1987 Chevy Celebrity with 2.8 V6 was doing the same thing. I cured the problem by replacing three dead fuel injectors.
If the fuel gauge is stuck, the needle never moves, then the gauge has a problem and needs to be replaced.
Could you be a little more speciic as to what information you need.
Chevy didn't make a 1981 Celebrity
The fuel filter in your 1988 Chevy Celebrity is on the driver's side behind the rear wheel next to the fuel tank.
I had a 1987 Chevy Celebrity that would start and then immediately die. It turned out to be bad fuel injectors. I replaced three fuel injectors and the problem has not returned.
The fuel pump on your 1988 Chevy Celebrity is in the fuel tank.
In the fuel tank
2.8L 2BL 1984 Chevy Celebrity The Fuel Fiter should be located in the coupling between the fuel line and the carburator.
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.
The 2.5L 4 cylinder engine uses throttle body fuel injection. The 2.8L V6 uses multi port fuel injection.
There isn't one. GM uses a different function for cutting off the fuel pump. No oil pressure, no fuel pressure..
You need to be more specific. What sort of fuel problems does your Chevy Celebrity have?
On all models of Chevrolet Celebrity with fuel injection the fuel pump is inside the fuel tank.
I would suspect low fuel pressure would cause both conditions.
There is no secondary fuel pump.
Drop the fuel tank.
No, special tools are not needed to change a fuel filter on a 1987 - 1990 Chevy Celebrity. The proper size of open end wrenches work fine.
The electric fuel pump is in the gas tank.
The fuel pressure should be 45 psi.