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Old September 11th, 2012, 02:42 PM
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Default Best way to replace fuel pump 94 Ranger

Just bought a 1994 Ranger, great price (350.00 120,000 miles) ran well started to sputter and pop sounds to me like fuel pump is going out or has gone out...so is it easier to pull tank from bottom or pull bed off?...this has been an AZ truck so bolts not rusted...
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not sure about the Ranger but at either 4 or 6 bolts and a friend to help lift
thats the route I'd take
also spend some time lineing it back up before you bolt it down
check thr gap at the cab then stand back and sight for straightness, then check the distance from the side of both rear tires, a string with a bolt or nut with act as aplumb bob if ya aint got one, slip a string over the bed on both side to get it right then recheck the cab.

the fuel pump replacement is the easy part


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Yea I agree with J, my Full size bed wasn't so heavy, so I'd say a Ranger bed would ne even lighter. Much less frustrating that trying to lift and lower a gas tank with gas in it.


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Or you can take a cut off wheel and cut a hole in the bed large enough to pull the pump. Make a hinge or put it back permanent. I cut the floor out of a van at work instead of pulling the tank. The van is used for parts pick-up so no big deal. Choice is yours!

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