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Old 01-04-11, 10:40 AM   #1
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Can someone direct me to (or tell me if there is) a DIY thread for changing the fuel pump on a 1999 GS300; I have used the search feature with no luck just yet....I will keep looking though.
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IF u actually used the search u failed.....cause there are a few there.
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IF u actually used the search u failed.....cause there are a few there.
what he said ^^^^^
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First look at this:

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/5551155-post55.html

Then look at the picture. Should help you out.

23220P is the actual fuel pump motor.

http://lexus.sewellparts.com/images/...000/220302.jpg
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First look at this:

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/5551155-post55.html

Then look at the picture. Should help you out.

23220P is the actual fuel pump motor.

http://lexus.sewellparts.com/images/...000/220302.jpg
ahhhhhh parker your so nice, i wasnt gonna link it because almost no way you searched and cant find it. i typed in FUEL and found thist thread

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/gs-s...el-filter.html

IF your gonna do this OP change the fuel filter and sock at the same time
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damn you sakataj....now i have to fix my lazy fuel lever sender AND my passenger cooling servo....cant procrasturbate on it anymore with all your how-to's
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ahhhhhh parker your so nice, i wasnt gonna link it because almost no way you searched and cant find it.
Being rude to other members and not helping them out is not what this forum is all about.



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damn you sakataj....now i have to fix my lazy fuel lever sender AND my passenger cooling servo....cant procrasturbate on it anymore with all your how-to's
well us till dont have to

and procrasturbate? is that procrastinating to **********?

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Being rude to other members and not helping them out is not what this forum is all about.
parker...this is for you (it makes me laugh everytime i see it lol)

i DEF do my fair share to help people new or old on here but i am dreadfully tired of new/old people posting up stuff we already have talked about a million times, even more annoyed with it when you say you searched for it and couldn't find it. i mean if it was a difficult word and something weird about it, or you didnt know the name then....ok fine maybe, but as i said ALL I TYPED IN WAS FUEL AND FOUND THE THREAD, yes it took me a sec to scroll through the unrelated topics but towards the bottom of the page is the right link to the right answer. people just need to do their own leg work sometimes. i have searched through 5-6 pages before to find the right answers so i DONT post new posts about something and people jump down my throat about it.

there is almost NOTHING and i do mean nothing by now that hasnt been covered before parker...people just dont wanna do anything for themselves ESPECIALLY some of the new people (but yes sometimes some of the old people either)
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First look at this:

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/5551155-post55.html

Then look at the picture. Should help you out.

23220P is the actual fuel pump motor.

http://lexus.sewellparts.com/images/...000/220302.jpg

Thank you very much!! This should help me out a bunch!

Sorry I haven't been on here in a couple days to thank you for the help... I am a full time firefighter, in school full time, 9 month old baby, wife is sick with Crohn's disease, and her aging GS has been left her sit twice now with a quarter tank of fuel; sorry for the saga, but I just don't have money for the shop right now and with threads like this, should be able to tackle it myself.
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nice writeup on that brian!!!
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Thank you very much!! This should help me out a bunch!

Sorry I haven't been on here in a couple days to thank you for the help... I am a full time firefighter, in school full time, 9 month old baby, wife is sick with Crohn's disease, and her aging GS has been left her sit twice now with a quarter tank of fuel; sorry for the saga, but I just don't have money for the shop right now and with threads like this, should be able to tackle it myself.
Here's an even more detailed picture of the fuel pump assembly just in case you need it.

Click the image to open in full size.

No problem, man.
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parker...this is for you (it makes me laugh everytime i see it lol)

i DEF do my fair share to help people new or old on here but i am dreadfully tired of new/old people posting up stuff we already have talked about a million times, even more annoyed with it when you say you searched for it and couldn't find it. i mean if it was a difficult word and something weird about it, or you didnt know the name then....ok fine maybe, but as i said ALL I TYPED IN WAS FUEL AND FOUND THE THREAD, yes it took me a sec to scroll through the unrelated topics but towards the bottom of the page is the right link to the right answer. people just need to do their own leg work sometimes. i have searched through 5-6 pages before to find the right answers so i DONT post new posts about something and people jump down my throat about it.

there is almost NOTHING and i do mean nothing by now that hasnt been covered before parker...people just dont wanna do anything for themselves ESPECIALLY some of the new people (but yes sometimes some of the old people either)
Tell me how you really feel..
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Here's an even more detailed picture of the fuel pump assembly just in case you need it.

No problem, man.
Thanks! Toyota wants like $350 for just that little pump, i'm guessing that price doensn't include the entire assy..
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Thanks! Toyota wants like $350 for just that little pump, i'm guessing that price doensn't include the entire assy..
Have you tried Sewell Parts? You even receive a Club Lexus discount.

I just looked and it's $247 with the CL discount.
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Have you tried Sewell Parts? You even receive a Club Lexus discount.

I just looked and it's $247 with the CL discount.
I have not but certainly will, good to know!
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