drain the fuel, remove the fuel filter from inside the tank, remove the old fuel line from the filter, remove the old fuel line from the carb, pull old fuel line out, install new fuel line through the tank, reconnect fuel filter to new fuel line, place filter and slack line into tank, connect new fuel line to carb, refill tank, check for leaks.
Drop the fuel tank, remove the old fuel pump from the top of the tank, install the new fuel pump and put the tank back.
No,it doesn't you have to transfer the old sendingunit to the new tank
To clean an old fuel tank, best to call a profesional.
Remove the straps, disconnect the wiring to fuel guage, and make sure tank is empty and drop the tank.
Remove the old one, replace with a new one. It's in the tank, you have to drop the fuel tank to access it.
Take the old one out and put the new one in. Located in the fuel tank.
To install a new fuel pump you must first remove the muffler, and then the tank protector, and then disconnect all the fuel lines including the ones with the coupler on them that requires a special tool to do so, then you support the fuel tank, unbolt the fuel tank, lower the fuel tank slowly until you can disconnect the rest of the fuel lines and filler line, then remove the tank, remove the fuel pump from inside the tank and put the new assembly in where you took out the old one. When installing the new pump assembly make sure you use a new tank seal or you will be doing all this again very soon.
my tank is leaking how long 2take out the old tank n put n a new tank at a mechanics place
I have an 89 pickup and had to change the fuel pump by unbolting the fuel tank and lowering it...The fuel pump is built into the top of the fuel tank....The hardest part is lowering the tank and the rest is pretty easy.... There are just a couple of bolts to take out and a couple of wires to connect to switch the old one for the new one ....When you take the tank down you will see the top of the fuel pump bolted in the top of the tank just remove the old pump and reinstall the new pump in the same way you take the old pump out.... A couple of bolts to lower the tank a couple of bolts to take the old pump out a couple of wires to remove and a couple of fuel lines to remove....Then just do the opposite to put it all back together........I hope this helps you with this:):):):):):) P.S. Take the old pump out first and take it with you to get the new one....This way if the new pump is a little different you can ask any questions you might have while your at the parts store......:):):):):):):)
The fuel pump is inside the gas tank. You will have to lower the fuel tank down, from underneeth the car, and remove the old pump, and replace it with a new one. It is always best to change the fuel filter, at the same time.
Lower the tank, pop out the old one and pop in the new one. A little lubrication helps.
Drain tank, unstrap fuel cell, slowly drop tank, remove old pump, install new, and reverse directions. Use two people, and no smoking! FYI, dont run truck low on fuel. the fuel acts as a lubricant for the pump. Fill at 1/4 tank
It is part of the fuel pump, in the tank. On a 14 year old vehicle, if you are removing the tank you should replace the entire pump.It is part of the fuel pump, in the tank. On a 14 year old vehicle, if you are removing the tank you should replace the entire pump.
Drop the gas tank and take the old one out and put a new one in.
We need to know aprox how old it is to give you a decent answer. Up to aprox a year of inactivity, you can get away with siphoning out as much fuel as you can then replacing with fresh fuel, fuel filterand adding an additive. Two years or more of inactivityit would be best to drop the tank and flush it out. After ten years of inactivitydrop the tank, inspect it along with the fuel lines and the neoprene hose connections, you may consider replacing the tank with a new one.
you have to jack up the back end and drop the fuel tank and take the old one out put the new one in and jack the gas tank back up and bolt it into place
ITS INSIDE THE FUEL TANK, YOU MIGHT HAVE TO DROP THE TANK, THE REST IS REAL EAST..REMOVE OLD REPLACE WITH NEW. HOPE THUS HRLPS
Inside the fuel tank. Drop the tank by disconnecting the bolts that hold the two straps, then lower the tank enough to disconnect the electrical and the fuel lines. Clean the top, scrape away the soft rubber seal then remove the old pump and put in a new one.
drop the tank and take the old pump out then put the new one in
You will need to drop the gas tank, unhook the fuel lines, and replace the old fuel pump with a new one and hook back up the fuel lines.
There is no magic potion that will rejuvenate a tired electric fuel pump. A new fuel pump and fuel filter is the best way to go.
Actually depends on how old the Grill is and how old the tank is. All of the newer tanks have and outside valve threading and the new grills only work with that. Old tanks had an inside valve threading and new grill will not attach until you have the tank fitted with a new valve. If the grill requires the new tank, take the old tank and trade it in on a new tank. Most Gas stations offer this service and once the vendor get the tank, they replace the valve and put it back into service if the tank is tested good.
the answer to your question is yes the fuel pump on a 1997 blazer is in the fuel tank the easy way to do this is to drain the fuel disconect the battery remove the straps after supporting the tank lower the tank about half way to three fourths disconect wiring remove the large metal ring by tapping counter clockwise and work out the old fuel sending unit then replace with new unit doing the reverse procedure.
it,s in the gas tank. drop the tank and just swap the new one for the old one