Message text written by "Fred Thomas"
>Remove the arm from the fuel pump (one pin) that turns on the cam shaft,
just reconnect the inlet and outlet back where they belong on the fuel pump
and no one is ever the wiser except for the clicking of the electric pump
when you turn the key on, the diaphram in the fuel pump still keeps the gas
seperated from the oil, only difference is you now have a electric pump
instead of a mechanical. "FT"
If the diaghram was good you wouldn't need to add the electric pump. ;-)
I quess you could drill a passage in the head fromthe inlet to the outlet
then remove the check valves and seal the ports. Then the diaghram failure
problem is eliminated.
Just a though.
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