[DMCForum] Re: Sealing the Fuel Pump Ring
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[DMCForum] Re: Sealing the Fuel Pump Ring

Sounds like a good idea to me,except before you spray in the spray
urethane foam to fill the the top of the fuel pump, I would suggest
to spray-in lithium grease (or Pam the cooking pan stuff)in there to
keep the spray urethane from sticking onto everthing and making it a
bear to remove later on,then what I was thinking was to put a ring of
heavy duty caulk around the top of the urethane(after it hardens)to
keep anything from seeping thru. Does that sound possible.

just my 2 cents

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott Mueller [mailto:scott.a.mueller@xxxx]
> Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 11:22 AM
> To: scott.a.mueller@xxxx
> Subject: [DMCForum] Sealing the Fuel Pump Ring
> I would like some feedback on an idea I just had while preparing my
car for
> the trip to Pigeon Forge in June.
> While in the gas tank, cleaning the rust and other crud out, I
noticed that
> the (106684 Fuel Pump Cover Seal) still allowed moisture to
> around the top of the fuel pump.
> I  installed the (101957 Plenum Drain Tube) a couple of years ago
to prevent
> the water from the air plenum draining onto the fuel pump cover
> My idea is to use spray urethane foam to fill the the top of the
fuel pump
> in the (101391 Fuel Pump Ring).
> The upside that I see is that water would not be able to get to the
top of
> the fuel pump and seep into the tank.
> The downside is that it would be an absolute bear to service the
pump in the
> future.
> Give me the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of my idea.
> Scott Mueller
> 002981
> DOC-UK 357 Magnum

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