Join Date: Dec 2001
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The factory replacement FUEL pump is way easy to change as it pretty much just bolts and plugs in.
I would not say the same for an aftermarket one as you probably are required to reuse the mounting bracket, some fuel lines and the wiring harness. In either case you will need a fuel line disconnect tool, not sure what size so you might want to just buy the set. Not too pricey and yes the cheapy auto parts store ones work just fine. if the truck is real dirty under there it might be good to pressure wash the area around the old pump first.
does anyone have a photo of a fuel line disconnect tool? i'd like to know what it looks like before i go to the parts store.
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