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Old 06-30-2011, 02:47 PM
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As far as the fuel pump.....on my s10 I found it easier/faster to remove the bed to access the pump. Not sure if this would be the same with the ram. I would disconnect the tail light harness, remove tail gate, disconnect 3 bolts for fuel filler hose, then 6 bolts underneath holding the bed on, and a few neighbors (tempted with a six pack) and then you can work standing up (or sitting on the frame). Much easier IMO. Probably would take you an hour to get the bed off...
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