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    Remove Wires going into Pump?

    Is there a way to remove the wires that go into the fuel pump hanger?
    I removed the bolts and wires from the Inside, but I have to remove the wires from the outside now and have no clue how that can be done short of breaking the shit out of all of it..
    Any help would be great.. The quicker the better too!!..
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    Breaking the shit out of it is pretty much the only way.
    Once you do that, your left with holes that are too big to do anything else with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackhammer View Post
    Breaking the shit out of it is pretty much the only way.
    Once you do that, your left with holes that are too big to do anything else with
    This! Coop broke one of the studs on my old hanger and it was a pain to remove the rest of it.

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    I figured it out..
    It's basically a "threaded" rivet.
    So I just have to drill out the rivet portion and put a new one in.. Viola ... like magic it should be good to go..
    We'll see if that needs to happen anyway.. I told the welder to just go ahead and do what he needs to do, if he wrecks the plastic on top I don't care, because I'll be doing that on my own.. If not, then I'll be A. OK!...

    Someday I'll actually have my car running.... Some day..

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