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  1. Hi Everyone, I'm new to this forum and have no mechanical background. I just recently spend $$$ to fix my car due to pump replacement where my car was shaking like crazy. Few weeks later, my car stop after 30s or so when I start my car. I used my friend's portable machine to check if there is sensor related and it said nothing found. Called the car shop I went to replace my engine pump and can it be related to the work they did, they said no and its probably fuel pump. Since it's very $$$, I came across this forum and this thread. Can anyone have a .pdf file or picture to show how to replace the fuel pump? My car is currently at my work garage and I can't get the tow truck come in. So, i'm pretty much stuck. Does the car needs to be raise up to change fuel pump? Any help is appreciated.