NOTE: The fuel tank does not need to be removed from the vehicle to service the fuel pump module.
NOTE: Fuel system pressure must be released prior to any service of fuel injection components.
- Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
- Remove trunk liner.
- Remove access panel fasteners.(four nuts, middle of trunk floor)
- Remove access panel and gasket.
- Disconnect electrical connector from fuel pump module.
- Disconnect Fuel supply and return hoses from fuel pump module.
- Disconnect hose from pressure relief/rollover valve.
- Loosen band clamp until fuel pump module can be lifted from tank.
- Place shop towels around fuel tank opening to absorb any spilled fuel.
- Tilt fuel pump module to one side so fuel level sensor will clear tank. Allow fuel to drain from module before removing completely from fuel tank.
- Remove fuel pump module and gasket from tank.
- Drain remainder of fuel from module before servicing.
- Position the new gasket on the fuel module flange.
- Lower the pump/sending unit into the fuel tank.
- Rotate module so that the arrow aligns with the corresponding marks on the fuel tank.
- Push module down to compress the spring, install the band clamp and tighten.
NOTE: Make sure that O-ring does not slip out of fuel tank lip.
- Connect electrical connector to fuel pump module.
- Connect Fuel supply and return hoses to fuel pump module.
- Connect hose to pressure relief/rollover valve.
- Install access panel and gasket
- Install access panel fasteners.
- Replace trunk liner.
- Connect negative battery terminal.
- Use the DRB II to select the Automatic Shut Down (ASD) Fuel System Test to pressurize fuel system and check for leaks. SEE COMPUTERS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS/SCAN TOOL ORIENTATION .
CAUTION: Unless the test is stopped or the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position the fuel pump relay and the ASD relay will remain energized for 7 minutes by the ASD Fuel System Test.