I'm in the middle of a major 10-year preventative maintenance program on my 2002 T&C with 70,000 miles. I've already replaced the serpentine belt tensioner, belt, idler pulley, water pump, shocks, struts, wires, plugs and other maintenance stuff. I've had a few fuel pumps quit on me on 10-year old Mopars, so a new fuel pump is in order (please don't tell me to wait until the old pump quits). I'm not a youngster, and don'r relish the thought of lying under the car and wrestling with a rather large fuel tank, so I went to a local garage (good reputation) to inquire about a fuel pump replacement. They said they wanted $750 and refused to install the Denso pump that I already purchased. That's really high, so I decided to do it myself. I've done fuel pumps on a bunch of Mopars, but never a minivan. Is there anything special I should know about the job? Anything that's radically different on the minivans? Any replies would be greatly appreciated.