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Special Sports fuel issue

migray
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Location: Bakewell

Re: Special Sports fuel issue

Post by migray » Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:50 am

Have you tried blowing down the fuel line from the pump to the tank? Sometimes crud can form in the tank across the pipe and stop it flowing, or a build up in the pipe somewhere.

Mike

NickDeAth
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Re: Special Sports fuel issue

Post by NickDeAth » Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:50 pm

At college we were taught that if the pump has been put together properly if you operate the lever you should get a sort of "quacking" noise ( with no fuel in it). I remember it well!

Nick
"Nick - do you think you will ever put that old car back together again?"

Crossley Stephenson
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Location: Victoria, Australia

Re: Special Sports fuel issue

Post by Crossley Stephenson » Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:52 pm

Thanks Mike, I have blown the pipes through - pump to tank- no problem there.
Cheers
Michael

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