These two images were of help to me when I pulled my in-tank pump/level sender:
And yeah, just use a screwdriver and a hammer and tap it loose.
Finally was able to get a new battery.
battery prices are killing me these days. what happened to the 50 dollar battery?
gas gauge reads nothing so the sending unit might be bad. I know some sending units tend to have a wired get corroded and then it stops working.
I've never removed the older in tank pump units.
or the metal tank units i'm used to plastic tanks same thing just unscrew the cap using a hammer and screw driver?
I was not able to hear any pumps run. I heard the relay click so that should be good
Fuse 5 is the fuel pump fuse i'll check that as well. if no then i'm running a 12v power source to the outside pump directly
anyone have a good picture of the fuel pump under the car?
and anyone know the wiring on the transfer pump
i know they are power ground and resistance from the level just don't know which is which
not much space to really work
if anyone knows from left to right what each one is so i can just hook up the power and ground