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Take the gas line off at carb, and crank the engine over. If gas does not start spurting out from the gas line, then the new pump is not working right. Maybe the pump arm is not situated right against the eccentric gear that makes the pump work. You would need to re-situate the fuel pump.
YES if you have an early front cover on timing chain, and eccentric cam . The fuel pump on early cars ran off the cam shaft. IF this is a late model engine and fuel injection... the answer would be no.
Disconnect the negative battery cable, then partially drain and recover the cooling system.
Remove the coolant recovery reservoir.
If equipped, remove the A/C belt.
Remove the serpentine belt.
Disconnect the evaporative emission pipe assembly.
Remove the crankshaft pulley assembly.
As outlined earlier, remove the timing belt front cover.
Align the marks on the crankshaft sprocket with the marks on the rear timing belt cover by rotating the crankshaft.
Loosen the water pump retaining bolts, and release the tension with tool J 33039-A or equivalent.
Carefully lower the vehicle, then remove the timing belt.
Fig. 12: Timing belt installation and tightening specifications — 1993–94 2.0L OHC engines
Turn the crankshaft and camshaft gears clockwise to align the timing marks on the gears with the timing marks on the rear cover.
Install the timing belt, making sure that the portion between the camshaft gear and crankshaft gear is in tension.
Using tool J 33039-A, or equivalent adjustment tool, turn the coolant pump eccentric clockwise until the tensioner arm contacts the high torque stop. Tighten the water pump screws slightly.
Turn the engine by the crankshaft gear bolt 720°clockwise to fully seat the belt into the gear teeth.
Turn the coolant pump eccentric counter clockwise until the hole in the tensioner arm is aligned with the hole in the base. This must be done with the engine at room temperature, approximately 68°F (20°C).
Tighten the water pump screws while checking that the tensioner holes remain as adjusted as in step 15.
As outlined earlier, install the timing belt cover.
Install the crankshaft pulley.
Connect the evaporative emission pipe assembly.
Install the serpentine drive belt and the A/C belt (if equipped).
Install the coolant recovery reservoir.
Properly fill the cooling system, then connect the negative battery cable.
Apply sealer to both sides of the gasket and position it on the pump. Hold the pump in position on the mounting surface and make sure the rocker arm is hitting the cam eccentric. Hold the pump tight against the block and install the bolts. Tighten them alternately, hook up the fuel lines and start the engine to check for leaks. Hope this helps.
Remove the fuel tank. See Fuel Tank / Service and Repair.
Remove the fuel tank sending unit and pump assembly by turning the cam lock ring counterclockwise. Lift assembly from the fuel tank.
Pull the fuel pump up into the attaching hose while pulling outward away from the bottom support. Take care to prevent damage to the rubber insulator and strainer during removal. After the pump assembly is clear of the bottom support, pull the pump assembly out of the rubber connector for removal. NOTE: Inspect the fuel pump attaching hose for any signs of deterioration. Also check the rubber sound insulator at the bottom of the pump. Replace damaged or deteriorated parts.
Push the fuel pump assembly into the attaching hose.
Position the fuel tank sending unit and pump assembly into the fuel tank. Use a new "O" ring seal. NOTE: Care should be taken not to fold over or twist the strainer when installing the sending unit as this will restrict the flow of fuel. Also, verify that the strainer does not block the full travel of the float arm.
Install cam lock over the assembly and lock by turning clockwise.
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SPECIAL TOOL REQUIRED (or equivalent)
J-33039-A, Cam drive belt tension adjustment wrench.
NOTE: O.E. manuals do NOT provide images of the timing marks, however, the alignment marks are located on the camshaft and crankshaft gears and the rear timing belt cover.
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Battery ground cable, then partially drain cooling system.
Disconnect fuel tank hose at the fuel pump, and plug the hose with a bolt or wooden dowel to keep any fuel from flowing out wires. Check the hose and if it is frayed or cracked, replace it with new fuel line hose.
Disconnect the outlet line to the carburetor. Use a wrench on the fuel pump fitting and another on the line nut.
Remove the two attaching bolts and remove the old fuel pump. Clean off any old gasket material from the mounting surface of the engine.
Apply a coat of gasket sealer on both sides of the new gasket. Put the attaching bolts through the new pump and slip the gasket over the bolts.
Install the new pump on the engine. Make sure that the rocker arm in the pump is against the eccentric inside the engine, or that the push rod is correctly installed in both the engine and the fuel pump. If the push rod slides out, you can pack it with some heavy grease to hold it in place while you install the pump.
Attach the fuel outlet line that runs to the carburetor. If it's difficult to connect, remove the other end of the line from the carburetor. Connect the line to the fuel pump, and then reattach the other end to the carburetor. Use a wrench to hold the fuel pump fitting and tighten the line nut with another wrench.
Attach the fuel inlet hose from the gas tank, and the vapor return hose (if the vehicle is equipped with one). Tighten all clamps.
Reconnect the battery ground cable, start the vehicle and check for leaks.