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1984 Fifth Ave occasionaly dumps fuel from the fuel pump area. Have replaced lines and filter. Cannot determine where gas is comming from

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Have you replaced the pump? Is fuel coming from the weep hole in the side of the pump?

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

  • Gary Weitz Jun 05, 2010

    I did not. That's alot of fuel to come out of a weep hole. That last time was about a half pint. Could a pinhole in the diaphram allow built pressure to force that much fuel out or is it a small amount of fuel causing a exagerated spill on the concrete.

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    Clint Smock Jun 06, 2010

    The fuel will spread on the concrete. It likely isn't as much as you think. I would replace the pump.



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