Question about 1985 Chevrolet Sportvan G20
Here is a paicture of the pump, it is held into the engine with 2 bolts, once the lines are removed and the 2 bolts a push rod that operates the pump will fall out, goob grease all over the push rod and put it back in the hole, clearn the gasket surface with a razor blade or gasket knife apply sealer to the new gasket (use "HighTack") then install the pump and reconnect the lines, do not overtighten the fuel line clamp or overtighten the outlet line, use a specail wrench called a line wrench, failure to use this special tool will ruin the fuel line nut.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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