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I need to replace my 2002 mazda 626 2.0L fuel pump. I would rather not drop the fuel tank to make the replacement. Is there a fuel pump access panel on the 2002 mazda 626 or will I need to cut a hole to get access to the fuel pump. Does anyone know where ot the location and dimentions of the hole to be cut. Thanks for any help you can give!

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you have to take out the bottom half of the rear seat there will be a silver access panel you can get to the fuel pump there.. in case you dont have one now would be a good time to replace the fuel pump bracket to tank gasket..

 

I have them in stock if you need one

 

eBay item # 351461019555

 

Dan

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Access panel below the rear seat?

 

I don't know about that on a 2002 US model.

 

I dropped the tank, hard but doable if you go at it slow and have some help.

 

Some advise given to me at the time... have a smooth garage floor, large pieces of card board, lots of time.

 

Good luck.

 

Ray

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Looks good.

 

Please post up some more specs and pics if possible.

 

That might help others in the same situation.

 

I had heard of cutting a trap door but was hesitant due to the rotten luck I have.

 

I was afraid of cutting the wrong part.

 

Ray

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I know the 88-92 GD had an access panel under the back seat, but that changed on the 93-97 GE chassis 626's, as those you had to physically drop the tank. Id assume the 98+ 626's are the same way as they are nothing more then a updated version of the older GE.

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I know the 88-92 GD had an access panel under the back seat, but that changed on the 93-97 GE chassis 626's, as those you had to physically drop the tank. Id assume the 98+ 626's are the same way as they are nothing more then a updated version of the older GE.

98 GW chassis (EU spec) actually got an access panel again, and I'm pretty sure the GF (EU spec) does too, which is so strange :S

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