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Re: new year new car gta v6 gt

Postby mettersl » Sat Jun 02, 2018 12:33 pm

Hi John,
yes I still have the prime switch...the fuel looks clear, there just isn't very much of it.... :(

I'm just fixing some other stuff at the moment, so the Atmo is having to take second place behind the broken garage door (so I can get it out) and some diving kit repairs (diving tomorrow).
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Re: new year new car gta v6 gt

Postby Miles » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:22 pm

Lee, check the metal fuel pipe near the front with the 90 degree bend in it. Mine had become clogged with debris. I just bent a new pipe and replaced. Its near the front filter.
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Re: new year new car gta v6 gt

Postby mettersl » Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:00 pm

That’s a good thought miles...it was bypassed when I got the car, but is now back in the circuit...best check it,
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Re: new year new car gta v6 gt

Postby JohnC » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:43 am

Lee ...... That's a good point that Miles has made and certainly well worth checking. :up
But beware of one thing. If you dislodge debris from that area and don't remove all of it, it will be flushed through to the flow meter and its associated component parts.
Might I suggest that you identify which of the two metal fuel pipes (one flow and one return) that come through and is attached to the engine bay bulkhead ..... is the one from the pump, disconnect the fuel hose from that pipe, and slip on a length of hose so you can flush out the fuel line once debris is dislodged so you don't pass any debris through to the flow meter.
In fact it might be worth doing that first so with your prime pump you can see if the blockage, that you have got, is at the tank end or, if you have good flow, your blockage is more likely to be in the flow meter or its associated parts and pipes.
Just a thought. :)
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