I am getting overwhelmed here! A few weeks ago I posted on here my problem about my 94 (5.8) Bronco's speedometer not working along with a problem my shifting had, it reved up real high before it slammed into the next gear. Everyone on here said it was a simple fix and said it was the VSS. Well I had the VSS replaced and it did not fix it. I talked to a trusted Ford mechanic and he said there is a wire that will sometimes get cut that relays the info from the VSS to the motor. So as I was getting on getting that looked at, my Fuel pump went out, or atleast I think it was the fuel pump. I go to start it and it just turns over, it started once for a few seconds but than died. There is also no noise from the fuel pump when i turn the key half way. It has to be the fuel pump right??? So my question is, how easy is it to get to the fuel pump and change it? My dad said on his Blazer it was as simple as lifting up the carpet in the back... I wonder if anyone knows the best way of switching the fuel pump? Any help is appreciated. Please dumb it down as much as possible for me. I change my own oil/starters/break pads and other simple things like that, but not much more. Thanks!