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I ran out twice. I backed the 1970 Monte Carlo in the barn to change the plastic timing gears and chain. Got done started right up and died within seconds. It would sputter and not start. Tore it back apart and checked the marks. Before I put a few gallons of gas in it. Fired right up with a...
I have 5 boxes of fuel line here. 3/16 yellow & 1/4" kind of opaque gas line. - Bought around mid to late 90's or early 2000. Back when Alcohol was eating all the old gas lines.
And 1/4", 5/16 and 3/8" that was good for bio diesel, bought when Greg posted the link. That was a bit before the...
A couple other things to try - Run the IP return to a container. A plugged return will cause issues. I've had it a couple of times.
I also jumper the lift pump and run at least 1/2 gallon of fuel out the T drain to a gallon pickle jar. Leave it sit for 20 minutes and check for water bubbles...
That'd be a good thing for a Vendor to sell. Maybe Twisted Steel Performance, Leroy or Quadstar could buy a roll and sell it by the 6".
I do not leave the line on for fear I will forget to check it, it will go bad and I will have a fuel leak when I don't want one. Like you ever want a leak...
I've been mounting my bypass filters under the hood. Either near the battery box or on top of the left / drivers inner fender. I made a bracket, so i could pull the whole FS2500 and then change the element
I install a T in the return line from the engine oil cooler to feed the bypass filter and...
Back at it. Looking for another grill. I looked up this thread and none of the links work.
If anybody has any links they want to post, I'd appreciate it.
Apparently I didn't make a good choice last time. It's self destructing on the truck
I used several diffetent wrenches. Including a straight 90 open end. I forget the size. Maybe 7/8? Each wrench would turn the fitting a portion of a turn. If this is 4x4 you will want the 4x4 adapter orings before you start.
It is a good idea to plug the block heater in for a couple of hours...