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Get to do a fuel pump in a '05 Mustang. May start on it today.

 

V6 .... BOOOO! :nonod: That makes for a boring test drive ...

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Get to do a fuel pump in a '05 Mustang. May start on it today.

 

V6 .... BOOOO! :nonod: That makes for a boring test drive ...

Dont change one on a 5.3 trailblazer/envoy/rainier. Pain in the ass
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I'm not surprised.

 

Our '93 Volvo 940 has a trap door in the trunk - four 10mm hex bolts, and it's off. Loosen a giant hose clamp, undo the lines and wiring, then unscrew the retainer - in your hands in 15 minutes flat, if that long. No siphoning fuel, or dropping the tank - can do a pump full or empty - doesn't matter. That's how they ALL should be built!

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I'm not surprised.

 

Our '93 Volvo 940 has a trap door in the trunk - four 10mm hex bolts, and it's off. Loosen a giant hose clamp, undo the lines and wiring, then unscrew the retainer - in your hands in 15 minutes flat, if that long. No siphoning fuel, or dropping the tank - can do a pump full or empty - doesn't matter. That's how they ALL should be built!

The gm suvs have a truck style tank and pump. It sits along the left frame rail and the factory 5 link sucks. The panhard bar made the filler neck and evap lines a pain in the ass
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I'm not aware of any body on frame vehicle with the access door. It sucks.

My friend has a 98 Pathfinder 4wd. I cant completely remember but i think it is body on frame. I had to change his fuel pump and it had an access door under the back seat.
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