Removal

1. DISCHARGE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE

HINT:

See page FU-1.

2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

3. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY (for Fixed Seat Type) (See page SE-77)

4. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY (for Fold Down Seat Type) (See page SE-47)

5. REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY (for Reclining Seat Type) (See page SE-62)

6. REMOVE REAR FLOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER (See page FU-27)

7. SEPARATE FUEL PUMP TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page FU-27)

8. REMOVE FUEL TANK VENT TUBE SET PLATE (See page FU-28)

9. REMOVE FUEL SUCTION TUBE ASSEMBLY WITH PUMP AND GAUGE (See page FU-28)

10. DRAIN FUEL

11. REMOVE CENTER EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (See page EX-2)

12. DISCONNECT NO. 2 PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the set bolt and set nut of the No. 2 parking brake cable assembly.

13. DISCONNECT NO. 3 PARKING BRAKE CABLE ASSEMBLY

(a) Remove the set bolt and set nut of the No. 3 parking brake cable assembly.

14. REMOVE REAR STABILIZER BAR NO. 1 BRACKET

(a) Remove the 4 bolts and 2 rear stabilizer bar No. 1 brackets.

15. REMOVE FUEL TANK PROTECTOR LOWER CENTER

(a) Remove the 4 bolts and fuel tank protector (Except SE Grade).

(b) Remove the 4 bolts and 2 clips (for SE Grade).

(c) Remove the fuel tank protector (for SE Grade).

16. REMOVE FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY

(a) Disconnect the fuel pump tube.

(1) Pinch the tab of the retainer to disengage the lock claws and pull it down as shown in the illustration.

(2) Pull out the fuel tank main tube.

NOTICE:

• Check that there is no dirt or other foreign objects around the connector before this operation and clean the connector as necessary.

• It is necessary to prevent mud or dirt from entering the quick connector. If mud enters the connector, the O-rings may not seal properly.

• Remove the quick connector by hand.

• Do not bend or twist the nylon tube. Protect the connector by covering it with a plastic bag.

Tube Connector

• If the pipe and connector are stuck, try wiggling or pushing and pulling the connector to release it and pull the connector off of the pipe carefully.

(b) Disconnect the No. 1 fuel tube.

(1) Pinch the tube connector and then pull out the

NOTICE:

• Check that there is no dirt or other foreign objects around the connector before this operation and clean the connector if necessary.

• It is necessary to prevent mud or dirt from entering the quick connector. If mud enters the connector, the O-rings may not seal properly.

• Remove the quick connector by hand.

• Do not bend or twist the nylon tube. Protect the connector by covering it with a plastic bag.

• If the pipe and connector are stuck, try wiggling or pushing and pulling the connector to release it and pull the connector off of the pipe carefully.

(c) Place a engine lifter under the fuel tank assembly

(d) Remove the 2 set bolts of the fuel tank bands. (*1)

(e) Remove the hose clamp and disconnect the fuel tank to filter pipe hose. (*2)

(f) Slightly lower the transmission jack.

(g) Disconnect the fuel tank vent hose from the

charcoal canister. ( 3)

(1) Push the connector deep into the charcoal canister to release the locking pin.

(2) Pinch portion A.

(3) Pull out the connector.

(h) Remove the fuel tank.

(i) Remove the 2 pins and 2 fuel tank bands as shown in the illustration.

(j) Remove the 4 clip nuts (Except SE Grade).

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