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On a 1995 Buick LeSabre can you replace fuel pump without removing tank parts house said look under back seat for inspection plate?

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2005-10-13 03:36:41
2005-10-13 03:36:41

I was told by the person at the Auto Parts store that I could go through the back seat on our Buick Lesabre to replace the fuel pump. That is simply not true, this past weekend I replaced the pump, and you must drop the fuel tank. I hope this helps anyone else that was told the same as I.

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