No need to alternate pumps, but if one of them is the SU, use that as
When I had the MGC painted, the body many messed up the wiring and
deactivated the SU.. I didn't do anything bout it until the incident with
the BGT. The shop that worked on it said the SU would no longer work, and
the reason was that it was inactive ffor several years Itt killed the pump.
I had to get a new one. The cost of the pump was minimal, but the cost of
installing it wasn't.
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 7:21 PM, John Sims <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am going to do this asap but I have also heard that it is a good idea to
> alternate the pumps on each drive. That way, they apparently keep primed?
> John Sims, BN6
> Aberdeen, NJ
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> Subject: [Healeys] Fuel Pump
> I have dual pumps on all three cars. They are select by a double pole,
> center off switch. Radio Shack has a number of double throw, center off
> switches. I chose the 275-653 because of it's red handle. I wanted to
> differentiate it from other switches. This switch is double pole, so I used
> only on side.
> My MGBGT got broke down on the way back from MG2008. I simply used the
> switch to use the secondary pump. Worth it's weight in gold.
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