It is related, actually. Assuming the set up is the same for both the GQ and GU, under the carpet in the rear section is a plate held down by ?4 screws. Under that plate you'll find the fuel lines and fuel gauge connections. These will have to be undone before you can remove the old (and empty, hopefully) tank. Plug the fuel lines so they don't get dirt in them. I think they are different diameters, from memory, so you won't have to mark them.Thx for the advice. I have a set of inspection ramps that will help give the clearance etc.
I'm really not looking forward to it though...the temperature in Dubai is in the mid 40's and humidity up to around 85%...hence I don't want to be hanging around!
Not related....Is there an inspection plate in the floor of a Patrol to access the fuel pump?
For sure, Streaky. I'd wait until you've installed the tank, filled it to the brim and taken it for a good drive. Then have a look for leaks, then install your drawers.Thx...the brand new LR tank should arrive today or tomorrow.....along with a set of storage drawers from Black Widow.
Reading your post I should leave the installation of the drawers until last then.
I ordered a workshop manual from SAGIN Australia 3 weeks ago...it still hasn't arrived :-( and would be really useful when doing such jobs for the first time.
You can download it on here. I shall have a look for the link as there are a few some better then others.Cheers...I ordered a workshop manual three weeks ago.....still not arrived :-(