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replace fuel pump

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by cq3853, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. Jun 18, 2011 at 7:10 AM
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    cq3853

    cq3853 [OP] New Member

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    Hope i'm on the right section....need to replace the fuel pump on my 1998 4cyl Tacoma, and was wondering if it's easier to drop tank, or pull the bed? Are there any tricks to disconnecting the filler hose/pipe, or any of the hose's / electrical connectors? Any thing to watch out for? Thanks for any replies.....cq3853
     
  2. Jun 20, 2011 at 1:24 PM
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    7A7ER

    7A7ER FLYNN LIVES!

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    Removed Step Bars, Hood Visor, OEM Bed Mat, Window Tint, Fog Lights Anytime, General Grabber AT2s, Removed Mud Flaps, Squeaky Spring Fix, Color-Matched Grill and Bumper!
    I have a 2005 model, but I was wondering the same thing, because apparently my fuel pump gasket is leaking fuel out from under the retainer ring.

    I'm thinking about trying this myself soon...here are the Haynes Instructions for the 2005+ model, should be pretty similar:


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    I fought and fought but couldnt make number 5 stay vertical.

    Also, my original photos are much better quality. I can email them to you directly if you want.

    Hope this will help.
     
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