Removal & Installation
Release the fuel system pressure before servicing the fuel system components. Service vehicles in well ventilated areas and avoid ignition sources. Never smoke while servicing the vehicle. This may result in personal injury or death.
- Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
- Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
- Remove the air cleaner housing lid and disconnect the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor and make-up air hose.
- Remove the negative battery cable.
- Remove the rear seat cushion.
- Remove the plastic access cover.
- Disconnect the electrical connector.
Matchmark the orientation of the fuel pump module to the tank before removal.
NOTEThe fuel pump module must be properly located on the tank for the fuel gauge to work properly.
- Clean the top of the tank to remove any loose dirt and debris.
Using Special Tool 9340 Spanner Wrench, remove the left side module lock ring.
Pull the fuel pump module up and out of the tank.
WARNINGThe fuel pump module will be filled with fuel. Do not spill fuel inside the vehicle.
- Tip the fuel pump module to the side and pour any fuel back into the tank.
- Disconnect the internal line from the fuel pump module.
- Tip the module on its side again to drain any remaining fuel from the reservoir into the tank.
- Remove the fuel pump from the vehicle.
Remove the seal from the tank. Discard the seal.
Wipe the seal area of the tank clean and place a new seal between the tank threads and the pump module opening.
- Connect the internal line to the fuel pump module
- Install the module into the fuel tank.
- Reposition the fuel pump module in the tank, aligning the matchmark made earlier.
- While holding the fuel pump in position, install the lock ring using Special Tool 9340 Spanner Wrench.
- Connect the electrical connector.
- Install the plastic access cover.
- Install the rear seat cushion.
- Install the air cleaner housing lid and connect the IAT sensor and make-up air hose.
- Connect the negative battery cable.
- Pressurize the fuel system with a diagnostic scan tool and check for leaks.