If it is the bottom "weep holes" that you are referring to, the only
way for oil to get in there to leak out is if the rubber, fuel pump
push rod seal is damaged or missing. (this piece is included in our
fuel pump repair kit)
I'm not following some of your description, but anything that pertains
to the tower shaft, brass elbow and camshaft are not causing your fuel
pump to leak oil.
Give me a call, I've rebuilt a lot of fuel pumps and I can better
explain what to look for.
Butch and Fonda Williams, Service Motors, 1-574-664-3313
--- In Crosley@yahoogroups.com, "Steve Kimbrel" <skimbrel@...> wrote:
> We have an ongoing problem with oil leaking out of the bottom of the
weep oils in the fuel pump.
> So far we have rebuilt 2 fuel pumps, replaced the extension tube in
the vertical shaft, and the 90" that slides inside the cam shaft. It
> The new tower extension rod fits snug bit the fitting at the cam is
really loose and sloppy. Also the new shaft extension is threaded at
the end, my shaft was not threaded.
> At the cam with the cover off the gears throws oil like a water
sprinkler, that throws the oil right at the fuel pump.
> Does any one have and suggestions, Maybe the hole in the cam is wore
out, i don't know.
> Thank you in advance for any ideas,
> Steve Kimbrel
> 46 Crosley CC Sedan