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Leaky Fuel Pump
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Andy Mylin
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Hello and Merry Christmas,

I have a leaky fuel pump on a 54 Pacific with a 359 engine. Reviewing the manual it seems like a job that might be more than take it apart and replace a gasket. Being a novice I was hoping for some advice in trying to repair it or is it better to send it away to be rebuilt?

Any thoughts?
Andy

Posted on: 2017/12/25 14:47
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Re: Leaky Fuel Pump
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flackmaster
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send it to Feltz Terrill, Terrill Machine. You will NOT be disappointed.

Posted on: 2017/12/25 15:01
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Re: Leaky Fuel Pump
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John
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I think Big Kev did a write up on rebuilding his fuel pump on here.
John

Posted on: 2017/12/25 17:48
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Re: Leaky Fuel Pump
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John
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Yes he did, I found it, it is under Packard Literature and Manuals in the how to section at the bottom of the page.

John

Posted on: 2017/12/25 17:51
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