fuel pump access on 1988 Camaro.Is there access from inside the car? And if so where?

Asked by Jul 10, 2012 at 09:58 PM about the 1988 Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to get to the fuel pump on my 1988 Camaro.Do I gotta drop the tank or is there a way to get to it from a access hole that is inside the car?

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1,030

see my answer from your early question. After market pump like a mallery electric fuel pump will save you time.

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thanks.That sounds great !Tanks for your time .I was in a awfull spot Straight pipes coming from my manifold are in the way.Thats a lotta work.Gotta say never thaught about that .Very creative.I'm goin for it!

1,030

There are several good electric fuel pumps out there. Watch for the GPM {gallon per minute} is the key, not the high pressure as some thinks of. You will need to catch the gas in a bucket so you don't have to lay in it. It shouldn't be a lot. Find a place where it is easy to cut the gas line, Get your pump ready to install. Here is what I have done in the past. I get the brass fittings ready, measure the cut needed, clean the fuel line with sand paper, put the brass fittings on the line, install the fuel pump, {You will have to bend the gas line away from the frame some in a "Z" to be able to start the fittings to the pump.

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Have to drop the tank. My buddy has a 86camaro and thats the only way to get to the fuel pump.

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175

Oh the 88 and 86 are the same body style.

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1,030

The aftermarket fuel pump does not go in the tank. It attachces to the frame or underneath the car. Your old pump remains in the tank. But if you like to work hard, have fun dropping the tank. You will need a good set of jack stands. Oh by the way, my version or the stock pump is about the same price.

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no you have to drop the tank & disconnect the exhaust pipe from the hanger and rest it on a jack stand or something.

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