What tools do i need to change the fuel pump on my 1997 breeze?
1997 Plymouth Breeze

What tools do i need to change the fuel pump on my 1997 breeze?

(1997 Plymouth Breeze)
My fuel light comes on and Gage drops then light turns off and Gage goes up it does this all the time and I lose power when this happens.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Its worse after driving for a while
How long have you had this problem? 3 months
Tags: plymouth, breeze
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on November 01, 2018
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Replacing fuel pump in gas tank
(1997 Plymouth Breeze)
Deb Carr in Monticello, MN on May 29, 2010
What are the steps by step instructions for replacing a fuel pump in the gas tank?
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Johnny Mopar on September 14, 2010
FUEL PUMP MODULE
WARNING: RELEASE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE BEFORE SERVICING FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS. SERVICE VEHICLES IN WELL VENTILATED AREAS AND AVOID IGNITION SOURCES. NEVER SMOKE WHILE SERVICING THE VEHICLE.

REMOVAL
Remove fuel filler cap and perform Fuel System Pressure Release procedure.
Disconnect negative cable from auxilary jumper terminal.
Remove fuel tank.
Disconnect fuel filter lines from fuel pump module.
Clean top of tank to remove loose dirt and debris.
Using Special Tool #6856 Fuel Pump Module Ring Spanner, remove locknut to release pump module Fuel Pump Module Locknut
WARNING: THE FUEL RESERVOIR OF THE FUEL PUMP MODULE DOES NOT EMPTY OUT WHEN THE TANK IS DRAINED. THE FUEL IN THE RESERVOIR MAY SPILL OUT WHEN THE MODULE IS REMOVED.
Remove fuel pump module and O-ring from tank Fuel Pump Module Removal Discard O-ring.

INSTALLATION
Wipe seal area of tank clean. Place a new O-ring on the ledge between the tank threads and the pump module opening.
Position fuel pump module in tank. Make sure the alignment tab on the underside of the pump module flange sits in the corresponding notch in the fuel tank
CAUTION: Over tightening the pump lock ring may result in a leak.

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on November 01, 2018

Highly recommend seeking *hands-on* assistance from qualified personnel.

Good luck!
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on November 01, 2018
From the RepairPal Q&A segment:

Replacing fuel pump in gas tank
(1997 Plymouth Breeze)
Deb Carr in Monticello, MN on May 29, 2010
What are the steps by step instructions for replacing a fuel pump in the gas tank?
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Johnny Mopar on September 14, 2010
FUEL PUMP MODULE
WARNING: RELEASE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE BEFORE SERVICING FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS. SERVICE VEHICLES IN WELL VENTILATED AREAS AND AVOID IGNITION SOURCES. NEVER SMOKE WHILE SERVICING THE VEHICLE.

REMOVAL
Remove fuel filler cap and perform Fuel System Pressure Release procedure.
Disconnect negative cable from auxilary jumper terminal.
Remove fuel tank.
Disconnect fuel filter lines from fuel pump module.
Clean top of tank to remove loose dirt and debris.
Using Special Tool #6856 Fuel Pump Module Ring Spanner, remove locknut to release pump module Fuel Pump Module Locknut
WARNING: THE FUEL RESERVOIR OF THE FUEL PUMP MODULE DOES NOT EMPTY OUT WHEN THE TANK IS DRAINED. THE FUEL IN THE RESERVOIR MAY SPILL OUT WHEN THE MODULE IS REMOVED.
Remove fuel pump module and O-ring from tank Fuel Pump Module Removal Discard O-ring.

INSTALLATION
Wipe seal area of tank clean. Place a new O-ring on the ledge between the tank threads and the pump module opening.
Position fuel pump module in tank. Make sure the alignment tab on the underside of the pump module flange sits in the corresponding notch in the fuel tank
CAUTION: Over tightening the pump lock ring may result in a leak.

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on November 01, 2018

Highly recommend seeking *hands-on* assistance from qualified personnel.

Good luck!

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