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CHEVROLET CAMARO FUEL PUMP PROBLEM

1995 Chevrolet Camaro • 68,000 miles

I HAVE A 95 CHEVROLET Z 28 THAT HAS BEEN SITTING UN STARTED IN MY GARAGE FOR LAST 5 YRS. I WAS INFORMED THAT I NEEDED TO DROP THE TANK TO REMOVE THE GELLED GAS THEN BLOW OUT THE LINES AND REPLACE THE FUEL PUMP THEN DO A TUNE UP PACKAGE. I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO DO THIS AND I AM ON A TIGHT BUDGET. CAN I RE USE MY OLD TANK OR DO I HAVE TO BUY A NEW ONE?HOW DO YOU BLOW THE LINES? AND IS THERE A WAY TO CHECK FUEL PUMP WITH OUT JUST REPLACING IT COMPLETELY?
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Guest
March 8, 2013.




You want to seriously think before you attempt this job. This car has one of the hardest fuel tanks to remove of any vehicle. Both the exhaust system and the rear end have to be removed to get it out and you're not going to know what needs to be replaced until it's down and inspected.

Wrenchtech
Mar 8, 2013.


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