how do i change the fuel pump on my 1998 honda civic hatchback???help plz?!?!

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Asked by Feb 14, 2012 at 07:17 PM about the 1998 Honda Civic CX Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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take a look at your back seat push the bottom cushion back toward the trunk and there are two loops that stick down into the metal of your car should just push back and lift out or the loops maybe held by a couple bolts in the back. once you get the bottom cushion off you see the roundish metal plate with wires going into it take that off in there is your fuel pump. i would advise taking the gas cap off before taking out the fuel pump and if you can or have some put some clamps on the fuel lines to the pump to minimize spillage. remove the pump and put it all back

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thank you very much...if i was to change the fuel pump and the fuel flter would it matter what order to change them?

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not really id do the pump first then the filter but it doesn't really matter

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whats the effect of a fuel pump when its not working ???

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