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New fuel pump weep hole plugged


Created On Monday 27, November, 2017 7:01 PM by egantrucking

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egantrucking
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I replaced my fuel pump for the third time (over 18 years) due to motor oil leaking out of the weep hole. I noticed the new fuel pump has a plug screwed into the weep hole. Is this a new seal system that must stay sealed? Would I be foolish to pull the plug out?

I worry fuel could leak into my motor oil or motor oil could leak into my fuel and I would not notice it soon enough to prevent bigger problems.



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