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Old 05-19-2006, 09:40 PM   #8
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I almost forgot. Replacing a fuel pump in a Boxster is not a difficult task. Once you take the battery and battery tray out, you can get pretty easy access to the top of the tank. The retaining ring is a pain to remove, but the rest is very straight foward. You just have to be careful removing the sending unit to get to the pump. The pump locks in place with a simple twist (make sure that the rounded side is facing the front of the car.....). I also discovered that premium fuel will begin to burn skin pretty quickly. I figured that I saved $600+ doing the job myself and I further bonded with my Little Red Bast!@d.
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