Urgently need advice!!!!!
Really need some advice on this one.
I pulled off the fuel pump today after a carby "expert" pointed out that it was leaking (it's not, the carby-manifold gasket is). I went out and bought a clean pump off a wrecker, to cut a long story short, the one from the wrecker is stuffed and the old one is sweet.
I overtightened the bolts and one of the fuel pump to manifold bolts has snapped off in the block.
I got the head of the bolt out and there's about 14mm of thread still attached. I cannot see myself being able to get the rest of the bolt out without taking the engine apart, but if I push a new bolt in I'll half a bolt smashing the insides of the engine.
I'm thinking of getting a new bolt with only 12-14mm of thread and locking that in behind what's left of the old one. Don't know how good an idea this is though.
Anyway I can't drive the thing until I have another bolt securing the fuel pump.
What do you reckon I should do?
Really need some help on this one.