1970 to 1973 W108 W109 Fuel Pump Conversion Instructions - On Demand Video

Kent will show you how to use his conversion kit to build and install this in your own 3.5 or 4.5 sedan

This highly detailed 37-minute video instruction will show you how to do the following: Determine if your original pump needs replacing, drain the fuel out of your fuel tank, remove the old pump assembly, take it apart on the bench and install the new pump, filter, and hoses, and properly reinstall the complete assembly back into the car. If your original fuel pump has not failed and is working fine now be forewarned. It will not last forever and this replacement pump not be available forever either.

1970 to 1973 W108 W109 Fuel Pump Conversion Instructions - On Demand Video

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This is what most 45 to 50-year-old pumps look like before conversion:

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