Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
Snap on makes a plastic tool for the cam ring. It is cheap about 40.00.
I don't think you need it either. I used a large flat blade screw driver wrapped the end with a microfiber towel and used a 3lb dead blow mallet to take off the cam ring. There is a plug connection and a ground wire that have to been taken off as well before the filler neck assembly can be removed.
Lay lots of absorbent towels on your tank for when you remove the filler neck and the filter assembly. I would start there first, by changing the filter.
To remove the filter assembly and the pump you have to disconnect the suction hose and the hose that goes to exit the tank. The connectors are simple and the hose sizes are different so you won't mix them up.
Once you've done it. It really is simple to take apart and put back together. I am not as fast as those above but 45 minutes to an hour for me.
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