See Figure 1
- Relieve the fuel pressure.
- Disconnect the fuel line near the engine and install a fuel pressure gauge T-connector in the line.
- Connect the fuel pressure gauge to the T-connector.
- Start the engine and check the fuel pressure; it should be 9-13 psi (62-90 kPa) at the fuel pressure line after the fuel filter.
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fuel is under high pressure. If the following steps are not followed, fuel could spray out and result in a fire hazard or possible injury.
The fuel pump is mounted inside the fuel tank.
- Relieve the fuel pressure, then disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Raise and support the vehicle safely. Drain the fuel tank. Remove the undercover screws and undercover, if so equipped.
- Remove all gas line hose connections and the fuel pump ground wire.
- Remove the filler neck hose and clamp.
- Remove the breather hose and clamp.
- Disconnect the fuel tank hose to evaporator pipe. Place a suitable floor jack with a piece of wood on it under the fuel tank.
- Remove the fuel tank mounting bolts and lower the tank from the vehicle. At this point remove hose from pump to fuel filter.
- Remove the fuel pump bracket plate and fuel pump as an assembly.
- Remove the pump bracket, rubber cushion and fuel pump filter.
- Install the pump to the bracket and rubber cushion. Install the fuel pump filter.
- Install the fuel pump bracket plate and fuel pump as an assembly.
- Raise the tank and connect the hoses. Fasten the tank straps.
- Connect the fuel tank hose to the evaporator pipe.
- Install the breather hose and clamp.
- Connect the fuel pump ground wire. Install the undercover and screws.
- Lower the vehicle safely. Refill the fuel tank and check for leaks.
- Connect the negative battery cable, then start the engine and check operation.