Remove the covering from over the tank area, or just the rear facing part.
Remove the wires from the tank sending unit.
Remove filler pipe connection. If this hose is stiff you can remove it when you remove the tank. Swing tank back.
Drain tank (plug in bottom towards the right side)
Unscrew fuel line from front of tank (behind seats)
Undo the two straps holding the tank.
It comes out the rear hatch, might be a squeaker<g> I had to remove the seal and still it was a squeaker to get out.
There is a photo on my cars site 69sonett.com
I used a KBS kit to clean & seal the tank, good so far (six years) It took me 3 or 4 days to do the job right.
Good luck, Richie S. in Da'Burgh, Pa. USA
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