Video duration : 13:53 Video uploaded by : Team G503 Restoring A 1943 Willys MB Army Jeep Video release date : Jul 22nd, 2017
Part of an ongoing restoration of a 1943 Willys MB. Removing the Carburetor and Fuel Pump.
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Test and replace
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Installing the fuel pump on an L-134.
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How to remove fuel components from your Willys Jeep - Part of an ongoing "Jeep" disassembly and restoration series sponsored by Kaiser Willys.
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My Hotchkiss M201 jeep stops unregular when driving, so after a long search i found that there was excessive wear on the arm.
Still i have to fix this and i hope i can drive soon.
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This video demonstrates how to replace the fuel strainer/filter in your WW2 era Jeep Willys MB or Ford GPW. The filter in this video hadn't been serviced in a long time, and the effects of corrosion were apparent with pitting on the inside of the fuel filter bowl and wear/deterioration of the post.
Watch this video to find out more about this service procedure!
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Fuel pump on 1946 Willys CJ2A
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Willys MB Maltournee: After installing a new fuel gauge there is still a problem with a bad contact or bad sender unit. Discussed under http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=221475
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That front 1/2" bolt is quit the pain to get to so here is how to remove it: 1/2" shallow socket + small swivel + small extension + ratchet.
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