Originally Posted by Starmavin
It'll take about 4 hours with out a lift, the only pain is removing the exhaust and drive shaft because it goes across the lenth of the car about the size of the back seat itself... Do be sure not to over tighten the tank crossover tube, if this strips, you are in trouble.
What he said
I had the tank replaced in mine too; when I picked it up from the seller I took it into the gas station next door and put $60 of fuel in it, only to find it was pissing out of the bottom of the tank
: They fixed it but it still needed replacing 15K miles later. I also needed a new float which I tried to fix myself, but the little wires and the plastic floater thing - too fine for my fingers. When I replaced the float the 'tank empty' light stopped working: any suggestions? (I did reconnect BOTH the plugs under the inspection covers beneath the back seat)