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Replacing fuel pump on 1994 buick regal?

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The fuel pump on a 1994 Buick Regal is replaced by removing the retaining straps, lowering the fuel tank, and disconnecting the fuel pump. It can then be pulled from the fuel tank and a new pump installed.

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