Part of an ongoing restoration of a 1943 Willys MB. Removing the Carburetor and Fuel Pump.
Video showing the installation of the fuel pump on a Willys MB. On the 1943 MB project, the inlet brass fitting on the pump would be oriented upwards. Position in the video would be for later L134 Engines 1945 through the CJ models. Part of the Team G503 / G503 TV Video Series. All parts provided by Ron Fitzpatrick Jeep Parts.
Installing the fuel pump on an L-134.
Test and replace
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!
How to remove fuel components from your Willys Jeep - Part of an ongoing "Jeep" disassembly and restoration series sponsored by Kaiser Willys.
This service video shows you an installed Jeep Willys MB Desert Cooler Kit, and in it, we describe how the system works as a surge tank to capture overflow of high pressure coolant from a hot engine. Instead of having your coolant overflow into your engine compartment requiring constant coolant refilling, this accessory allows for the capture and return of coolant to the radiator. It is important to swap the pressurized radiator cap onto the surge tank and put the non-pressurized cap from the desert cooler kit onto your radiator. This kit is a reproduction desert cooler that comes with: * Radiator Overflow Tank * Brackets * Stone Guard * Bolts & Nuts * Tubing and clamps * Non-pressurized radiator cap
Here's a video of the fuel pump replacement on my 1946 Willys Jeep CJ2a. This thing was dirty.... no wonder it ran rough. I was happy with the cost of the replacement through quadratec. Overall, not too difficult of a job. Definitely runs better now. All filming done on a GoPro Hero5. I have other videos including reviews of car products, off roading, and more of the jeep and my 4runner TRD pro. Make sure to check them out!
Fuel pump on 1946 Willys CJ2A
Removing the fuel tank and the shovel and axe brackets from a 1943 Willys MB. Part of the Team G503 Video Series on You Tube.