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How to Change the Mechanical Fuel Pump on my Car?

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Things You’ll Need: * Socket wrench * Ratchet wrench with universal joints * Screwdriver * Pliers Remove the Old * Step 1: Disconnect the battery cables. * Step 2: Relieve any pressure in the fuel tank by removing the fuel cap. * Step 3: Unfasten the fuel lines from the pump. Be sure to wipe up any fuel that spills immediately. * Step 4: Remove the bolts that are holding the pump onto the mount and remove the fuel pump. * Step 5: Clean off any gasket residue that remains on the mating surface of the framework. Install the New * Step 1: Apply a layer of gasket sealer on both sides of the new gasket and put gasket over the bolts. * Step 2: Install the new mechanical fuel pump onto the engine. The rocker arm of the pump needs to be against the eccentric inside of the engine. * Step 3: Attach the fuel lines to the fuel pump. Reattach the lines to the carburetor. Use a wrench to make sure it is tight. * Step 4: Reconnect the battery ground cable. * Step 5: Start the vehicle and check for leaks.

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