Fuel pomp installation

Asked by May 06, 2013 at 10:45 PM about the 1976 Chevrolet Blazer

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That should be a mechanical pump on the side of the engine. Takes a couple of bolts and treat it to a new piece of fuel line.

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its on the right front of the engine.theres a rod that goes thru the block to the cam. the rod pushes on the pump arm. chances are the rod is going to slid down when you pull the pump. you can use a old butter knife to hold the rod upwhile changing the pump. it will go a lot easier if you use a little contact cement on the gasket, or you can silicone it

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