Originally Posted by snappyjoe
Thanks on that!! Yeah I ended up going underneath and looking. And it seems easy.
Did you look at that link I sent post#4 ? Pics of the pump , and a how to on pg. 2
I don't think it's a 4-5 hr job , 3-4 is more reasonable , quicker if everything goes smoothly , I'd say 1-2 for anyone with experience doing it . Glad you're not cutting the floor .
DEPRESSURIZE THE FUEL LINES AND TANK !!
1)tank is merely remove the gas cap
2)Line pressure needs to be drained at the rail . Ball up some paper towels , use the scheader valve , depress the valve gently draining the gas onto the paper towel . Once the pressure stops , your good to go . You will still get a small amount of fuel dripping when releasing the line underneath , but , no spray .