Hi Guys... Hope you're all traveling well! I have a question tonight regarding jobs to do while the engine and fuel tank are out. I pulled them out on Saturday and aside from a good tidy up I would like to know everyone's thoughts on what should be done. A few points: Engine is a stock 2lt with an electronic fuel pump. Fuel tank is very clean on the outside (the condition under the dust that is). The inside of the bellhousing has a good layer of oil and the engine would drop a few spots of oil when parked nose up on a hill. It seems that a significant leak is coming from the starter/fuel pump area. I don't intend on splitting the case at this stage nor will I be buying any 'performance' bits as I'm painting the whole van and that has soaked up enough cash for now. I would however like to set up an electronic ignition, rectify the oil leaks and do all the solid jobs so I will be able to put as reliable an engine as I can afford back in. The engine bay and tinware will be painted, breather/fuel hoses replaced (again!), and the filler elbow will be replaced. So i guess after all that I am looking for advice on identifying and fixing oil leaks and anything else I missed. Thanks for your time kids! Phill.