Fuel transfer pump.
(1) Location of the date code
(3) Cover and seal
If the pressure is less than the minimum pressure, the
fuel transfer pump must be repaired or replaced.
If the pressure is low, remove the cover and seal (3).
Inspect the strainer (2) for debris.
Clean the cover, the seal, and the strainer with a
nonflammable solvent. Carefully wash any debris from
the chamber of the pump.
The date code is a four digit code that identifies the
following items: month, date and year of manufacture.
An example of the date code is "6K01":
The "6" represents 1996 as the year.
The "K" represents October as the month.
The "01" represents the first day of the month.
Date Code Months
Assemble the fuel transfer pump. Ensure that the cover
of the fuel transfer pump is secure so that air cannot
enter the system.
Remove air from the fuel transfer pump. Refer to
"Remove Air From The Fuel System" in this manual.
Inspect the components of the fuel transfer pump.
(4) Pivot pin
(5) Link arm
(6) Rocker lever
Measure the fuel pressure again. If the pressure
remains low, remove the pump from the engine. Inspect
the installation of the pivot pin in the rocker lever and
the link arm.
If the pivot pin (4) fits loosely in the rocker lever (5) and
link arm (6), replace the fuel transfer pump. If the pivot
pin, the rocker lever, or the link arm are damaged,
replace the fuel transfer pump.