Part of an ongoing restoration of a 1943 Willys MB. Removing the Carburetor and Fuel Pump.
Fuel pump on 1946 Willys CJ2A
Installing the fuel pump on an L-134.
Test and replace
How to remove fuel components from your Willys Jeep - Part of an ongoing "Jeep" disassembly and restoration series sponsored by Kaiser Willys.
My issue is that my pump runs dry on the carb side. This video is just after the stall. You can see that the supply side is filling up. You can see the carb side starting to fill. Just before the video started the carb side was totally dry but the video didn't start fast enough. This a crown replacement fuel pump. I had one before this and I had the same problem. It started when I replaced the original pump thinking that the pump was the issue. Then replaced the 1st crown pump thinking I just got a crap pump. Apparently I just have crap. Lol. This is realllllly starting to piss me off. Please help... thanks.
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.
The WW2 Willys MB and Ford GPW fuel tank sending unit mounts to the fuel tank under the driver's seat. To access and replace the sending unit, remove the driver's seat frame with 5 bolts. Use appropriate caution when working with equipment in the vicinity of gasoline. The sending unit is a variable resistor. The full-tank resistance of a good unit is from 7-9 ohms. The empty-tank resistance of a good unit is from 130-140 ohms. The sending unit should have a smooth linear increase in resistance from the full to the empty positions.
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!
To try and troubleshoot potential fuel starving issue.