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Replacing a fuel pump requires draining and dropping the gas tank from the vehicle to access the unit. Some vehicles will have a panel located under the rear seats of the car to allow easier access to the pump and avoid ... More »

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To replace a fuel pump, stop the flow in the fuel line, and loosen the screws and hoses that hold the pump in place to remove it, says Briggs & Stratton. Use parts from a fuel pump replacement kit to install the new acce... More »

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Several auto parts retailers, including Auto Zone and Advance Auto Parts, provide online parts finders to help users determine which type of fuel pump is right for their car. Users can find a list of compatible fuel pump... More »

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