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FUEL PUMP WoNT GO IN ,,,,

Came out fine. but wont go back in??? am i misssing somethin. thanks,. 69 f250 ranger,,,

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  • jessediana37 Feb 04, 2009

    thanks,, would it be bad to turn over the engine.

  • jessediana37 Feb 05, 2009

    thanks...again guy.s

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Try to HOLD Pump Against the Engine WHILE ROTATING ENGINE BY HAND WITH A BREAKRE BAR ON the Harmonic Ballancer CENTER BOLT you will Feel it start to Move against the Engine More & More till It is Seated then Put Gasket and Mounting Bolts in then Thighten.

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  • Ronnie Wilson Feb 05, 2009

    No it WILL NOT be BAD to Turn Over The Engine (MANUALY)

    The fuel Pump Operates By Way of An Eccentric CAM Like Lobe and the reason its so Hard for you to Get it in right now is that that Eccentric LOBE it Uses is On Its HIGH SPOT , so when you ROTATE the Engine You will Get it (THE LOBE) Down on the LOW side where the Pump WILL go Right in all the way so You can Get the Bolts In.

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Rotate the engine by had clockwise and this will move the fuel pump eccentric to where you can slide the pump in fairly easily.

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