96 S10 R/R fuel tank diagrams

I have had the diagnostics done and know the fuel pump is bad. I now need a source to view a diagram hopefully exploded view to get an idea what I will need to do before lowering the tank. Does anyone know where I might
start looking?? Any help or suggestion welcome. Thanks
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The best way is to remove the bed if it's empty such as : no camper, tool boxes etc. unbolt 8 bolts holding bed to frame. disconnect electrical harness to rear tail lights both sides, license plate light, any other electrical that might have been added plus 2 ground wires to the frame, one on each side. Remove gas cap and unbolt 3 7mm screws attaching the fill tube to bed. Now you may need another person to help slide the bed back, exposing the fuel tank. Now remove fuel pump module straight up out of the tank. reinstall in reverse order. Note: you can not test new fuel pump operation until groun wire on left rear in reconneted or grounded using a jumper wire. Hope this helps? I do these serveral times a month but then I have a lift and a forklift.
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Professional_Fleet_mechanic wrote:

    Even a engine hoist or cherry picker can be used to lift a truck bed. The easy methiod is to chain or strap from the stake pockets and lift the bed. Then roll the truck out of the way.
    A fork lift is a good peice of equipment for any shop. With the proper use of chains it can be used as a tow motor/tow tug. Great for pulling motors from junk cars, and for sub frame Removial and installation when using long forks.
    If you add a chain point to a fork, and center it, you can move engines and transmissions around with ease. While not OSHA approved (actually a red flag item) if you have a short fork and drill the end (about 2 inches back) and add a large cleavis hook, you have a great chain and strap attachment point.
    One local tow company mounted a self loading wheel lift on a mast of a single stage 6,000 pound fork lift. They use it at they large impound lot (5 acres) to move cars in tight spaces with out damage. Charles
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