Brent Ackley & George Vondriska

Classic Car Motor Assembly: Fuel Pump and Water Pump

Brent Ackley & George Vondriska
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Brent Ackley and George Vondriska continue the motor assembly process by installing a fuel pump and water pump on the motor of a 1986 Chevy pickup that they’ll put into a 1956 Chevrolet 150. They teach you all of the important classic car maintenance tips and techniques that you’ll need, including how to properly prepare and put the fuel pump and water pump together, mount the pieces, and tighten the bolts.

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3 Responses to “Classic Car Motor Assembly: Fuel Pump and Water Pump”

  1. snarky

    you didn't mention or show gaskets nor your favorite method of sealant ie, gasket goop, grease, or nothing? Not a good video.

  2. Jon

    No gasket sealer of any kind? No torqueing either? You guys are much more confident than I am, lol.

  3. Rinaoktavia

    First thing to do is determine if it is misinsg fuel of spark or both when it will . If it is just misinsg fuel, concentrate on this area.If it is misinsg Spark, it is most likely a ignitiion module(most common)If it is misinsg both, could be a bad or computer. You can scan the yourself and see if there are any codes stored that might give a hint as to what is triggering the probelm. Here is how:

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