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Noisy Fool Pump
OK, so my 1990 200 has a noisy fuel pump. During our seminar this
weekend, Mitch hinted that I should change it before it kamikazes.
Seeing as how his is about 1/8 the volume mine is, he's pbobably
But the manual calls for TWO special tools to change the durn thing.
One is to remove a retaining ring, the other is to remove the pump
itself. Both are pretty arcane-looking things in the manual.
To those who have done it: does one actually NEED one or both of
those tools? If not, what's the work-around?
It looks like a pretty simple operation if one has them. If they are
required, should I take the part to a dealer and have them do the
installation? (Hurts to ask that, y'know...)
Thanks aw'fly, group....
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