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    Default 1992 Tundra problems

    I have a 1992 Tundra and I had fuel shooting out of the wheep hole in the fuel pump. It is a little square fuel pump. Well I replaced everything inside of the fuel pump and fuel is still shooting out of the wheep hole. Does anyone have any idea why? Is the houseing bad and I have to replace the whole fuel pump? It has me stumped. Any advice would be great.

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    Does it run? Sounds like the needle is stuck and the fuel has no where else to go.

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    The needle in the carb? If so how do I free it?

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    Default put in gum out

    take the whole carb off, and put into a can of gum out, let sit for a day or so. I use the same procedure for all my carbed machines when we have similar probs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swapdonkey View Post
    The needle in the carb? If so how do I free it?

    Not the needle in the throttle slide, it's the fuel inlet needle in the float bowl. The rising and falling of the float opens and closes the needle. these have a tendency to stick. Could be part of the problem. Whatever it is, think simple, as there is only one carb.

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