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Old 10-20-2016, 09:50 AM   #31
Skipp3r
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Default Re: Fuel Pump

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Originally Posted by fredstev View Post
Yesterday, I pulled the fuel pump off my 1989 G1 to give it a cleaning. Wasn't so easy getting the 6mm phillips head screws out that held it to the motor, especially the bottom screw. The edge of the motor flange prevents you from coming straight at it with a screwdriver.

What I did when it came time to reinstall it, was use allen head 6mm bolts. That allowed me to use an allen wrench with the ball end design. I'll try attaching a pic.
Any tips on how to get that bottom screw out? I have really struggled getting to it. Removed the air filter canister for a little more access but still having trouble.

I was starting to think it was necessary to pull the engine to get to that one screw. Any help or ideas are much appreciated!
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