Depressurize the fuel system.
Drain the fuel tank.
Remove the fuel tank from the vehicle.
Disconnect any lines that may remain attached to the pump.
Thoroughly clean the area around the pump so that foreign matter won't fall into the tank when the unit is removed.
Check the top of the pump for arrows or alignment marks. Check for corresponding marks on the tank itself. Alignment of the pump is important for routing of wiring and lines. Matchmark the pump and tank as reference for assembly.
If the pump is equipped with "fingers" and "finger locks", apply some lubricant to the assembly.
Remove the pump locknut. Some units are fitted with a lock tab. Pry it back while removing the locknut.
Clean the filter at the bottom of the module.
Reverse the removal procedure.
Use a new gasket.
Align pump and tank marks to ensure correct routing of wires and lines.
If the locknut is the type without fingers and finger locks, tighten the nut to 40 ft. Lbs. (54 Nm).
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Saturday, August 17th, 2019 AT 12:38 PM