CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT
The necessary procedures (adjustment, calibration, initialization or registration) that must be performed after parts are removed and installed, or replaced during fuel pump removal/installation are shown below.
|Replaced Part or Performed Procedure||Necessary Procedure||Effect/Inoperative Function when Necessary Procedure not Performed||Link|
|Battery terminal is disconnected/reconnected||Perform steering sensor zero point calibration||Lane departure alert system (w/ Steering Control)|
|Memorize steering angle neutral point||Parking assist monitor system|
|Replacement of fuel pump||Inspection after repair||
Never perform work on fuel system components near any possible ignition sources.
Vaporized fuel could ignite, resulting in a serious accident.
Do not perform work on fuel system components without first disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal.
Sparks could cause vaporized fuel to ignite, resulting in a serious accident.
After turning the engine switch off, waiting time may be required before disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal. Therefore, make sure to read the disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal notices before proceeding with work.
DISCHARGE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE
DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
When disconnecting the cable, some systems need to be initialized after the cable is reconnected.
DISCONNECT REAR CENTER SEAT OUTER BELT ASSEMBLY
REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY
REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION LOCK HOOK
REMOVE REAR FLOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER
Using a clip remover with its tip wrapped with protective tape, remove the rear floor service hole cover and butyl tape.
Disconnect the 2 fuel pump connectors.
DISCONNECT NO. 1 FUEL EVAPORATION TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY
Slide the clip and disconnect the No. 1 fuel evaporation tube sub-assembly from the fuel suction tube with pump and gauge assembly.
DISCONNECT CHARCOAL CANISTER OUTLET HOSE
Disconnect the charcoal canister outlet hose from the fuel suction tube with pump and gauge assembly.
DISCONNECT FUEL TANK EVAP/VENT TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY
Disconnect the fuel tank evap/vent tube sub-assembly from the fuel suction tube with pump and gauge assembly.
DISCONNECT FUEL TANK MAIN TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY
|*1||Fuel Suction Plate Sub-assembly|
|*2||Tube Joint Clip|
|*3||Fuel Tank Main Tube Sub-assembly|
|*a||Fuel Tube Joint|
Remove the tube joint clip, and pull off the fuel tube joint of the fuel tank main tube sub-assembly.
Remove any foreign matter on the fuel tube joint before performing this work.
Do not scratch or allow any foreign matter to get on the parts when disconnecting them as the fuel tube connector has O-rings that seal the pipe (fuel pipe).
Be sure to disconnect the fuel tube joint by hand.
Do not bend, twist, pinch or kink the nylon tube.
Cover the disconnected fuel tube joint with a plastic bag to prevent damage and contamination.
If the fuel tube joint and fuel suction plate sub-assembly are stuck, push and pull to release them.
REMOVE FUEL PUMP GAUGE RETAINER
Disengage the claw to remove the No. 1 fuel tube clamp.
Remove the fuel pump gauge retainer.
Temporarily install SST (plate) and SST (claw) to the fuel pump gauge retainer.
Securely insert the ends of SST (claw) into the insertion points in the fuel pump gauge retainer.
While firmly pressing SST (claw) into the insertion points in the fuel pump gauge retainer, tighten SST (bolt).
Install SST (handle) to SST (plate).
Lightly press down on SST to prevent it from separating from the fuel pump gauge retainer. While pressing down on SST, rotate SST (handle) slowly to loosen the fuel pump gauge retainer.
Do not use any tools other than specified as this may result in damage to the fuel pump gauge retainer or fuel tank assembly.
Do not press down on SST excessively as this may make the fuel pump gauge retainer hard to rotate, and may damage components.
Make sure to rotate SST (handle) horizontally. If it is rotated at an angle, SST may come off.
Do not spin SST too fast or use an impact wrench as this may result in damage to components.
If SST comes off of the fuel pump gauge retainer, loosen SST (bolt) and reinstall SST.
While pressing down on the fuel suction tube with pump and gauge assembly, remove the fuel pump gauge retainer.
REMOVE FUEL SUCTION TUBE WITH PUMP AND GAUGE ASSEMBLY
Remove the fuel suction tube with pump and gauge assembly from the fuel tank assembly.
Be careful not to bend the arm of the fuel sender gauge assembly.
Remove the fuel suction tube set gasket from the fuel tank assembly.