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Different car, different engineers, but my 2010 Subaru has an opening that is secured with a cover expressly for fuel pump replacement under the back seat. I have dropped the tank for fuel pump replacement on a 2000 Vulcan. It was a real PIA, took me about 2 1/2 hours. Eric the car guy has pretty good video on this procedure. I know this can be done, to me creating the access seemed to be the most difficult part. After feeling good about the design of the Subaru fuel pump, the fuel filter is an integral part of the fuel pump, that seems like a step backward. Good luck, be careful with all the rusty, old fasteners.

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