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removal of k-pump

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This is from memory, so hopefully I'm not missing anything. The order problably isn't real critical.

1. Set engine at TDC

2. Remove rubber & rigid fuel lines

3. Drain coolant, at least partially

4. Remove linkage & #1 & #2 intake runners

5. Remove upper timing cover

6. Unbolt pulley

7. *Carefully* remove pulley. I used heat and a two-jaw puller. They are NLA and fragile, so don't break it.

8. Remove or at least loosen the oil, coolant and air lines coming from the pump

9. Unbolt two bolts at the front and I think 1 or maybe 2 support brackets at the back

10. Remove pump

Matthew Cervi

'73 tii

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URL: http://www.marsmann.com/2002tii/jan03-2.htm

the previous post pretty much nails it...

1. Set engine at top dead center

2. undo all fuel lines carefully and watch out for pressure

3. move ancillary pieces around the pump to gain easy access

4. remove upper timing cover

5. remove the pulley

6. remove the lower oil, coolant and air lines coming from the pump

7. Unbolt two bolts at the front and then remove from the rear bracket on block

8. remove pump

see my site as it has some pictures that may help.... I attached a link here.

Also, if you need specific step by step instructions I have the original 02 shop manual so I can see if it has a procedure and copy it, scan it or take dig pics of it and send them to you.

let me know!

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