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04 Mar 2011 20:33 #3800 by bstevens
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Hey Brad, Do you know where I can find the torque spec for the internal fuel pump(in tank) on my 91 GT? I am not able to find it. Thanks, Ben. I am having to replace mine.

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04 Mar 2011 21:40 #3801 by 928mac
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Hey Brad, Do you know where I can find the torque spec for the internal fuel pump(in tank) on my 91 GT? I am not able to find it. Thanks, Ben. I am having to replace mine.


Now that is a good question.
I looked in the manual and I don't see it.

ILL keep looking for you but Brads rule of thumb is to tighten until you touch the gasket and then squeeze the gasket 33%. It is not very tight and Mine leaked with sealer on the gasket, so I tightened it some more and few days later it was leaking again.

So I have reason to help you find the answer.

[Edit] The only thing I have found so far is hand tight

Brad

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05 Mar 2011 13:22 #3815 by bstevens
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I have all manuals too and haven't seen it. I was thinking since its a German car, the torque should be gutintite, ha ha, I crack myself up sometimes. Anyway, thanks for the reply. I'll keep looking too. Ben

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05 Mar 2011 16:12 #3821 by martinss
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[QUOTE=bstevens;3954...German car, the torque should be gutintite, ha ha,...[/QUOTE]

Good one Ben ;)

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