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    Default Re: Replacing a fuel pump


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    Before you do anything drastic, or anything else other than this, take the fuel pipe off and blow back down it and the vent pipe to make sure its all free flowing and not juts gummed up. With that low miles though, and been sitting around, the pump is probably corroded internally.


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    Default Re: Replacing a fuel pump

    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Car View Post
    While that might be a better solution, the stock response should be:

    Set up the video camera
    Loosen every pipe connection
    Knock the ring loose to open up the top of the tank
    Attack the boot floor with a welder
    Get your next of kin to post the video

    I've made for a more certain result...

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