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Could be the solenoid. Call Milt's Service Garage and see if the y can help. (707)643-7548. GL
Disconnect filler neck, and loosen the bolts for the two straps on the tank. You need to support the tank and lower down enough to disconnect the fuel and vacuum lines. Be careful not to damage them during the removal process. This is tough job and you might want to call Milt's Service Garage at (707)643-7548 if you run into trouble. GL
I would not install aftermarket tips. Save your money.
Can you the see the cable from inside the engine compartment? Sounds like you have already done the hard part. That will be a dealer part only. Did you already order the cable?
Nissan/Infiniti have relearn procedures that require a scanner. Find a shop that has the hardware and pay to have the procedure done.
What were the engine codes? For a cylinder to fire you need spark, fuel and compression. Easy to check these. Was a block check performed? If not then you need to find a new shop in your area.
NO recalls. You'll need to spend some money to get the repairs made. GL
When you say both, you mean the fuel pump and the sending unit right? Probably got 5 hours or more for the job and 800 in parts so that is still high. If they want to replace the tank like the ULEV units from BMW then have them show you the TSB. GL
You need another transmission. See about getting a used unit that has been rebuilt already and get a warranty for under $3,000. No other way around it. GL
What's the fluid look like? Do you see and connection problems or bad vacuum lines? You'll need to have it diagnosed if you can't eyeball it from under the hood. GL
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