I am grateful to you for researching this subject. I intended to do it after the repair, because I thought I could do it by going down the tank.
So, many many thanks.
So, at the end, it's repaired. It's the misery to replace this damned pressure hose, but with a pair of arms and a jack, it's alright.
1.Free the fuel tank cap.
2.Jack the car safely,
3.Put a jack under the fuel tank with a large piece of wood,
4.Unbolt the three bolts that hold the fuel tank (12),
5.Open the clip behind the wheel backside of the rear wheel, backside of the fuel filter,
6.Lower the tank halfway,
7.Open the clip on the top of the fuel tank, by the inside of the car,
8.A buddy give you the pressure by under the car,
9.Put the hose correctly in the upper clip, close it.
10.Replace all the things as they were at the origin.
I definitely will invest in lifting ramps.
Tomorrow, the timing belt, the serpentine belt, replacement of the gearbox oil, replacement of the steering fluid.
It will free my hallway !