REMOVE OR DISCONNECT
1.Negative battery cable.
2.Relieve fuel system pressure. Refer to Fuel Delivery / Service and Repair .
3.Drain fuel tank.
4.Remove fuel tank assembly.
5.Remove fuel tank unit.
1.Note position of fuel pump strainer on fuel pump.
2.Support sender with one hand and grasp strainer with other hand. Rotate strainer in one direction and pull off of pump. Discard strainer after inspection.
3.Loosen clamp and remove connecting hose from fuel pump outlet
4.Remove terminal retainer.
5.Disconnect fuel pump electrical connector and electrical connector from bottom of sender cover.
6.Remove retainer clip from fuel return pipe.
7.Remove fuel pump and level sensor assembly and spring from fuel sender.
8.Remove housing cover from fuel pump housing.
INSPECT AND REPLACE
1.Fuel pump strainer. If strainer is contaminated, it must be replaced and the fuel tank should be removed and cleaned.
2.Always install a new pump strainer when replacing the fuel pump.
3.Fuel pump inlet for dirt and debris.
1.Install fuel level sensor to fuel pump housing.
2.Install fuel pump and isolator into fuel pump housing.
" Small hole in the housing cover aligns over the fuel level sensor.
3.Connect housing cover to fuel pump housing.
4.Slide fuel pump and fuel level sensor assembly and spring onto fuel return pipe.
" Fuel pump and fuel level sensor assembly must be aligned directly under fuel sender cover.
5.Depress spring and install retainer.
6.Connect hose to outlet and tighten clamp so that 5-8 teeth are engaged.
7.Connect fuel pump electrical connector and electrical connector to bottom of sender cover.
8.Install terminal retainer.
9.Support sender with one hand and position new pump strainer on pump in same position as noted during disassembly.
INSTALL OR CONNECT
1.Install fuel tank unit.
2.Install fuel tank assembly.
3.Add fuel and install filler cap.
2.Negative battery cable.
" Turn ignition switch to "ON" position for two seconds, then turn to "OFF" for ten seconds. Again turn to "ON" position and check for fuel leaks.
Saturday, October 4th, 2008 AT 10:12 AM