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Old 08-19-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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replacing fuel pump in gas tank, how to?

Engine turns over but very little gas to carb. replaced fuel filter in line on frame but no luck. Drained gas from tank, now what? Is it easy to drop fuel tank and find fuel pump? Thanks
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Old 08-19-2012, 02:51 PM   #2
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Not too bad, a floor jack some take some wood to support the bottom of the tank remove the bolts that hold the tank straps and lower. The unit will be in the top and will have a ring take a screwedrive knock the ring loose and pull the unit out replace all lines make sure you get help with this
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Engine turns over but very little gas to carb. replaced fuel filter in line on frame but no luck. Drained gas from tank, now what? Is it easy to drop fuel tank and find fuel pump? Thanks
How about some detailed information or is this for a lawn mower?
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Also depends on if you know it's the in tank pump or engine mounted mechanical. Mine has both on a 460 ford. I would pull the fuel line to the mech pump and test flow there before dropping the tank.
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