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Repair Guide: changing fuel pump-video

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Hey guys I had made a video on how to change the fuel pump on the montes I hope this gets put in the guide section but I hope it helps out someone, sorry I couldn't do the work and record at the same time but it does still get the point across but here is the video to the link on YouTube if ya want feel free to also subscribe


Watch "Changing fuel pump Monte carlo" on YouTube
 

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Owen, great video!

If you don't mind a few comments. Just after you removed the access hatch I also noticed the dirt and dust. I would have cleaned the entire area before removing anything, especially the hose connections and wire connectors. You don't want even a speck of debris on the new pump. You were smart to cover the tank opening immediately after removing the old pump.

It's a shame you didn't have a friend to hold the camera; many of the shots were held low and I was yelling "Raise the camera! Raise the camera!". He He!

You're lucky you have a 2001. My '99 requires dropping the tank. I still have the original pump after 212,000 miles (Knock on wood).
 
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Originally Posted by glasspilot View Post
Owen, great video!

If you don't mind a few comments. Just after you removed the access hatch I also noticed the dirt and dust. I would have cleaned the entire area before removing anything, especially the hose connections and wire connectors. You don't want even a speck of debris on the new pump. You were smart to cover the tank opening immediately after removing the old pump.

It's a shame you didn't have a friend to hold the camera; many of the shots were held low and I was yelling "Raise the camera! Raise the camera!". He He!

You're lucky you have a 2001. My '99 requires dropping the tank. I still have the original pump after 212,000 miles (Knock on wood).

man hope that pumps keep running strong, i waned to clean real good but time was not on my side, and i needed my car up and running asap. thanks for watching the video, and yea i noticed alot of the time the camera was a bit low, wish i had something sturdy to rest the phone on, but next time ill try to do better
 

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