Christopher. Sorenson: is this the same for a 2000?
Brett Fish: Thank You. My dad and I just dropped the tank , put in a new pump.
madmanL1p: First time working on my car. I'm going to the junk yard this weekend and
hopefully find a replacement fuel pump for my car!
David Andrews: That is true, however the process is the same. Thanks!
VICTOR TSINNIJINNIE: would it be the same for a 1999 plymouth breeze too...
RulfusTheBear: I thought it was Online Gamer for a minute there
Michael Callan: Siphon the gas from the tank before starting. Put blocks in front of the
front tires so you don't roll on top of yourself while you're under the
joe bloiw: This guy actually thought that jack automatically went up lol
orgazmo1009: really? you thought the jack automatically lifted the car? the video is
obviously reversed. the jack stand defy gravity and automatically go up too
David Andrews: @gt2k4srt4 You could check with a parts store to compare compatibility, I'm
not sure if they are the same. Thanks for the comment!
Brandon O'Shitson: How many line does you filter have 2 or 3?
David Andrews: It took probably and hour and a half to two hours to complete. I wish that
jack existed, it's just a normal Harbor Freight jack. I decided to make
this how to video after we were half way done (some footage is reversed).
Notice the person walking backwards around the car. ;)
David Andrews: It was, after getting half way through it I decided to make a "How to"
video of it to help people out. I took video of the important parts when
taking it apart and edited it to look like we started the video at the
thebigz198506: How long did all of this take you, and where did you find that jack. Its a
cool jack. I like how it does auto up and controlled down
AJ Suarez: Im about to try to do this myself... hopefully i do it right... it doesnt
look too hard.. wish me luck!
bobisme2005: I won a 2003 Neon and this was a very helpful video! Great video editing
David Andrews: I would almost bet money on it. Just check with the auto parts store to see
if they use the same fuel pump.
KMFDM781: Holy crap Dave...you're the bestest! Sweet Corolla in the background.... :)
David Andrews: @kickflipsk8r489 I haven't worked on a 2nd gen, but I'm sure they are
RideS2004: this video looks like it was in reverse because when he "jacked up" the car
in the beginning all he did was twist the handle and it went up same with
the jack stands when he put them up they went up on there own... this was
the install backward... and when he lowered the tank he was pumping the jack
David Andrews: @IneverJustDie I think it only has the 2. We did not mess with the fuel
filter when we changed the pump. Thanks for the comment!
bsmkm: my 95 neon just has the metal locking rings holding the fuel pump. instead
plastic collar; the first neons may not have had that. fyi
David Niswonger: That looks like the same fuel tank and sending unit that's on my 2004 srt4.
Samuel Atkins: My care is 1996 and looks completely different. I have no plastic ring-lid
to remove. Is it not possible to remove fuel pump without dropping gas
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