1. See Figure 4-5. Remove the black and red wire leads from the fuel pump (5).

2. Pull the suction side filter off of the inlet port. The retaining ring will remain on the fuel pump.

3. Cut clamp holding crossover hose (6) to pressure side filter and pull the fuel crossover hose off the pressure side filter.

4. Push the fuel pump up and out of its bracket (3).

5. Inspect all fuel pump and fuel level sending unit (1) wiring.


Carefully inspect hoses for cuts, tears, holes or other damage. Replace hose if any damage is found. Even the smallest hole can cause a reduction in fuel pressure.

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