where is the fuel pump on a 1991 toyota camry

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Asked by Jun 22, 2013 at 12:05 PM about the 1990 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where is the fuel pump  and is it hard to replace

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It is in the tank~

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If you need to replace the fuel pump in a Toyota Camry, the pump unit is located inside the fuel tank directly below the rear passenger seats. You need to remove the seats from inside the car. Once they are removed the pump is easily accessible by opening a covered hole right above the tank.

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Thanks for your help- glad I don't have to drop the tank

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this is a job where paying a mechanic is money well spent- modern gasoline is highly carcinogenic and contains benzene- which will soak through your skin and go straight into your bone marrow- don't breath it, either- let the mechanic ruin his health- that's why they make the big bucks

we've got neoprene gloves now~

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well I took the backseat out and there's a cover I removed which housed the gas gage sensor & the float mechanism-----so I guess I have to drop the tank???????????????

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you know to hammer it round and round with a ball-peen and small chisel releasing the whole assembly...don't you?

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will create an opening about 3 3/4" in diameter, just large enough to slip the float and intake sock through, has a key what will only let the float stay in one axis, so watch out for this as you wriggle it out~ of course disconnecting the fuel lines and electrical lines and taking a battery terminal off~

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fifteen question marks means urgency.?...help, I'm bleedin' here~

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When back seat was removed, only part there was gauge not pump, I need to know how to access the pump and detailed instructions on how to replace the pump

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Hey, DavidH25 explained all this more eloquently and accurately above~

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