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So I couldn't resist buying another old 12 valve it's old beat and hammered 2wd auto 92 with a newer transmission. Drives fine runs good paid 800 for it and hauled it home. Injection pump is leaking pretty bad from the bottom and some from ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 12-10-2012, 06:12 PM
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So I couldn't resist buying another old 12 valve it's old beat and hammered 2wd auto 92 with a newer transmission. Drives fine runs good paid 800 for it and hauled it home. Injection pump is leaking pretty bad from the bottom and some from the top. I resealed one on another 12 valve I have it was leaking from several of the top end gaskets. I was afraid to go deeper. I am very mechanically inclined but don't do well with smaller fine stuff. So I can either buy another reseal kit for 20 dollars and try and go deep to get the bottom seals or there is a guy on ebay that reseals and tests them for 200 dollars plus a little for shipping. Anyone have any experience advice or other ideas. thanks.
I'm not looking for a power house already have one I honestly want to make this into a mileage truck and try and do a waste oil burner go back and forth to work 40 miles. Starting to set up my system shortly. Have a good hx35 for it already too.

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Old 12-10-2012, 06:19 PM
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I dunno, take the AFC housing off replace that gasket and the power screw oring and see what it does then, it can't hurt to see.

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It's coming out the bottom I can't honestly tell where it's coming from. The last one I could see it coming from the housing o ring.

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Also there is a little drip from the little vent thing from the top. But most of the fuel is coming out the bottom.

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Get a reseal kit, and install a gov spring while fixing your pump.

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Old 12-11-2012, 12:48 PM
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Ya guess l just do it already got the 3k gov spring from an old project.
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