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on the top of your injection pump there will be 4 allen head screws. pull all of them out. if its a virgin pump it might take a little convincing to get them broke loose. on the back side of the pump there will be a line with a banjo bolt. cant remember what size it is but you will have to pull that out to. after that you can pull the top of the pump off. you will see a black diaphram, well thats what i call it anyways. you will have to pull that out. it might need a little convincing also to get it out. i know mine did. when you get that pulled out you will see a pin and a spring on the bottom of the diaphram. that is your fuel pin. if you look down inside the pump you will see a cog wheel. get a small flat head screwdriver and turn it cw but just keep count of how many turns you do that way if you want to put it back to stock you can. thats how you adjust the starwheel. when you go to put the fuel pin back in if you look at it you will see that on the cone part one side is steeper than the other. set that pin down in the pump so that the steeper side is facing towards the back of the truck. that will give you an extra little umph also. hope that helps a little bit. i dont have any pictures on hand.
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