14th April 2012, 12:44
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You will be able to see the inside of the tank when you change the fuel pump. Odds are 99:1 that it is fine. If you do need to clean it, prepare for some real fun
People change parts for no reason all of the time, at least you want to be someone who knows that is what you are doing.
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