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Old 06-17-11, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default 1992 - SC400 - Fuel Pump Location

Sorry guys, but my eye ***** hurt from reading all the posts, but I can not find one post telling exactly where the fuel pump is at.
YOUR HELP WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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Behind the upper(back section) part of the rear seat. Remove the seats and you will see a round cover, remove that and the rest is easy.
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^^^^^^^^^^^ good job
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DIY...http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=gxlKV89
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So just the fuel pump remove the front cover of the trunk , no seat removal needed
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Behind the upper(back section) part of the rear seat. Remove the seats and you will see a round cover, remove that and the rest is easy.
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So just the fuel pump remove the front cover of the trunk , no seat removal needed

I take it you missed my post....

Step one: Remove seats. Lower section simply pops out. Back section has 3-12mm bolts (IIRC they are 12..), remove bolts, push seat in an upward direction to unseat tabs, pull forward and out.

Step Two: Look for the fuel pump cover that covers the cover...., not sure how to explain that right, but you will see it.

Step Three: remove fuel pump and do what is needed and enjoy the fumes on a hot day while sweating in the back of your SC
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Ok i guess i am wrong ... Just saying i had clear view and access to it when i removed the front trunk trim when replacing my trunk struts last month but i guess u have to also remove the center seat section to remove...thanks sorry to mislead.
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You can see the tank from the trunk yes, but the fuel pump can only be accessed through the back seat.
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Thanks will remember that.
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What you see from the trunk is the fuel gauge system, I thought the same until I removed it and saw the fuel pump all the way across the other side of the tank. The job itself was easy to do..Thanks for the information.

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jomidan is right there is 2 access points from the trunk one is fuel gauge the other air vent. The pump is a larger hole behind the back seat.
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