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1970-1981 Corvette Fuel Pump Replacement 350

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Part #: 609-799
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Fits Years:
  • 1970-1981
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1970-1981 Fuel Pump Replacement 350

Replace your 1970-1981 Corvette Fuel Pump with this replacement unit. Give your Corvette the fuel pressure and volume required to deliver the high performance the engineers intended!

This pump has an inlet hose barb, a small return hose barb, and a threaded outlet for the fuel line leading to the carb. The inlet hose barb and outlet fitting are approximately 90 degrees from each other and the small return line is parallel to the inlet hose barb. The height of the metal sump section is 2" from the highest point in the seam to the bottom of the sump not including the fittings.

  • For 1970-1981 Corvettes
  • Mechanical Fuel Pump
  • 2 Gaskets Included

Also known under these part numbers:

  • 12511111
  • 41240

How To Install Your New Mechanical Fuel Pump

1970-1981 350 Corvette

Handle you new Corvette fuel pump with care. Make sure no dirt enters the inlet and outlet ports. Be sure to remove any and all protective plugs. Make sure all fittings are in good condition and properly installed and secure. Check for fuel and oil leaks with engine at idle speed only. FOR YOUR PROTECTION THE HOOD SHOULD BE CLOSED WHEN REVVING ENGINE.

Installation Instructions

1. Before removing old fuel pump, note whether fuel section is "up" of "down" position.

2. Disconnect fuel lines from pump. Check to see if swelling or cracks are evident in the lines.

3. Remove the mounting bolts and pump from the engine block. Then remove old mounting gasket from the black and clean the surface.

4. Check the push rod (if used) for signs of ear. Replace if necessary.

5. Add grease to the rocker arm pad and rocker arm cavity to lubricate the internal parts.

6. Place the new mounting gasket onto the surface of the pump, holding it in place while starting bolts thru pump flange and gasket.

7. After the bolts are started into engine block, tilt the pump either toward or away from the block. This correctly places the lever against the cam.  NOTE: On push rod driven pumps, make sure the pump lever is mounded under the push rod: if not, damage usually results. A common practice is to use a hacksaw blade or similar object to hold the push rod up while placing the pump lever underneath the push rod when the engine is at low cam. If the ump is properly positioned, you should hear an internal squeaking noise with each movement of the pump.

8. Tighten bolts evenly from one side to the other firmly.

9. Align and tighten both fuel lines, then check for leakage. make sure all fittings, hoses and clamps are securely tightened to prevent leakage that could cause a fire when starting engine.

10. CAUTION: If the old pump had a ruptured diaphragm gasoline may have leaked in the crankcase. Check and change engine oil if necessary to prevent engine bearing damage due to poor lubrication.

11. If after following the above instructions step-by-step the pump does not deliver sufficient fuel there is a strong possibility of engine cm wear. This should be checked.