Pump is accessible on the passenger side of the car, you might not even have to jack the car up.
You'll have to by-pass the inline pump near the fuel filter, just route the pump directly into the fuel filter, remove the inline pump and seal the wires. It is now a good time to replace all the fuel hoses with new fuel injection hose, it'll be more expensive than regular fuel hose. You'll need about 2 ft of 5/16" hose and 2 ft of 1/4" hose (measure before you buy). Replace the hoses go to the fuel tank/fuel filter and the ones goes to the fuel rail.
No inline to worry about on a SC, those were on the 87 GLHS cars. Get the passenger side up on jack stands good and high and you should be able to drop it out of there with out removing the tank. Soak the retaining ring with some PB blaster a day ahead !!!
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