Saab 900 SE Turbo 1996 Fuel Pump Removal - without dropping the fuel tank

How to remove a fuel pump on a 1996 Saab 900 SE turbo without dropping the fuel tank. I used a sheet metal nibbler and gained access to the top of the tank through the floor underneath the rear seats. Doing it this way, there's less stuff to disconnect, and access is a lot easier. I'm also the CEO of GunAuction.com - if you happen to like guns.

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