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How do you remove fuel pump in 1991 Oldsmobile Eighty-eight?

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it is in the tank drop the tank and then you will have access to it


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Inside The Gas Tank. To Replace It You Will Have To Remove The Fuel Tank. Pretty Rough Job. Take It To A Good Garrage, Unless You Want To Tackle It Good Luck


You must remove the fuel tank in order to access the fuel pump.



inside the chasis halfway on the divers side




First remove the fuel tank then remove the pump assembly locking ring then remove the pump assembly.



Drain the gas from the gas tank. Remove the gas line. Remove the fuel pump retaining plate. Pull the fuel pump out. Reverse the process to install the new fuel pump.


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The 1998 Oldsmobile fuel lines are held in place with swivel nuts on each end of the fuel line. Turn the swivel nuts to the left to remove the old rotted fuel lines. Reverse the process to install the new fuel lines.


It has no shut off solonoid but does have a fuel pump solonoid located with the solonoids on the firewall.


Located in the fuel tank, and requires special tool to remove.


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Lift the vehicle, lower the fuel tank and remove the sending unit. The rest should be cake.


remove fuel pump fuse. then start engine it will stall when fuel runs out change filter then replace fuse.


You can't. Remove the gas cap to release any pressure in the tank. Remove the filter and you will not loose much fuel as only the fuel in the line will run out.


Pump is in the tank, the filter can be found by follwing the fuel lines fromt the tank forward.


Usually the fuel filter is located towards the middle to the rear on the drivers side attached to the frame.



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