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Old 09-16-2019, 09:02 PM   #10 (permalink)
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We need pic's of this cause the return line comes right off the front of the IP by the rad hose ... shouldn't be that hard to do ...

I would say the timing could be bumped up and see what happens or the advance system isn't working, try bumping it 3 time up and get back to us, but don't drive it that far advanced till we get back to you.

You can install check valves from Eburp but the are a hack way of patching a leaking system. You still have leaks but the check valve stops the fuel from running back the fuel lines.

Any loose, cracked, rusted rubber or steel line from the IP inlet & the fuel filter & tank switching valve if you have dual tanks alllll the way back to include the fuel line on the sender in the tank can be your problem .... fun eh ...

I pressurize the fuel system to find leaks like this, no more than 5 psi ... and we can walk you through this if you want to do this as there are a few ways of doing it.

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