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RE: No fuel pressure after shut down
On Fri, 1 Sep 1995, John Shuman wrote:
> What you need to do is replace the anti-leak down valve(?)
> located on top of the fuel pump. This puppy keeps the
> pressure from leaking back into the tank after you shut down.
> It has a rubber seal that gets a peice of dirt stuck between
> the seal and the seat. The rubber gets scored or cracked and
> volia, no gas at start-up .
Also check the banjo connector on the pump itself which supplies the
injection line. My cracked and SLOWLY leaked away the fuel
from the lines making it difficult to start. The banjo connector let out
a very fine spray that would not drip, just atomized it. I could only see
it while running. But first bet would be the checkvalve though.
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