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How do you remove the fuel filler tube from the fuel tank of a 1997 Ford Explorer to replace the fuel pump?

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2007-10-28 03:56:03
2007-10-28 03:56:03

The answer was on a forum web page for 1995 - 2001 Ford Explorers. It also helped me with the same problem. There is a plastic pinch clamp that must be squeezed, then wiggle and pull the hose off. Use your fingers because a tool may break the plastic. When you put it back on you will hear a sharp click when it is back in place. Full instructions can be found at www.explorerforum.com/Singleton/web/pages/fuelpump2.html

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