is there any way to fix one of the white tips on a fuel pump,

Asked by Feb 06, 2013 at 05:54 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 2-Door 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was puting a fuel pump in my 2000 chevy blazer and broke one of the white tips off,is there any way to fix or rigg it so it will work,i was thinking of a tube to slide into the broken place and try to connect it that way then may put some jb weld on the outside to seal it,  ANY HELP

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Yes. Replacements with 18 inches of plastic tubing are available for $20 at the parts store.'Dorman' brand, the people that make the stuff in the HELP! display. Buy a $5 barbed brass splice tube, cut-off the old fitting, and splice on the new. --- I would put up a Grand Am link but I don't want to piss off that W body guy even if it is a GM and designed by the same engineers.

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if you broke off the plastic fitting on fuel pump moduel, soory to say your shit out of luck, you will have to replace module, if its a plastic feed line they make a repair kit you can buy at local parts store.


cut back a half inch of the plastic fin and attatch rubber fuel line

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