Re: [DML] Gas on top of tank ...
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Re: [DML] Gas on top of tank ...

In a message dated 9/17/2006 11:49:33 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
nkemp@xxxxxxxx writes:

- Should there be gas on that side of the pump?
- Isn't the pump  sealed from there to the inside of the tank so that half of
the pump is  sealed inside the tank and the other half is sealed and on the
outside of  the tank?
- I assume it should be dry on top side of the pump,  correct?
- Any thoughts on where I should check to see where the gas is  coming from?>>

It means you need to replace your fuel pump support boot. You're right:  no 
gas should be visible in the well with the upper portion of the pump. You  may 
also need to replace other parts such as the fuel pre-filter. As well as  
drain and clean the fuel tank.  You should definitely replace the fuel  pickup 
hose as well. It's not that difficult, if you know what you're  doing.
Wayne A. Ernst
vin 11174
Bridgeton, NJ

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