Three questions. q1: I was able to take off my fuel pump for a 66 monaco, 383. Getting the bolt nearest the block to line up again and thread-into the block is driving me nuts. I've spent an hour puttering to no avail. I even tried putting the old one back on, on the chance that some dimension of the new pump was altered. No luck with that experiment either. q2: Should I use a gasket glue on the fuel pump gasket? Putting glue on the fuel pump and adding the gasket makes sense but if I'm fiddling for an hour attempting to get the bolts installed and mounted, do I lose "grip" of the block-side glue? Q3: I see a rod inside the block's hole for the fuel pump that must be what the fuel pumps arm engages? When I've watched while a helper cranked the engine a few times I don't see it moving at all. Should it? if so I may have deeper problems. suggestions appreciated.