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Bern

10-10-2012 15:35:24
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Rod, this is one of those rare occasions where I am going to disagree with you.

The leak off lines on top of the injectors return fuel to the tank. Since this line has return fuel in it, a problem with this line should leak fuel externally, not allow air in. Even if air was to somehow get it that line, it should not affect the operation of the fuel system.

My comments assume an inline Minimec pump. I'm pretty sure my statement is also true with the CAV DPS rotary pump.

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RodInNS

10-10-2012 16:17:41
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 Re: 7710 in reply to Bern, 10-10-2012 15:35:24  
In principle I'd agree with you...
I'd not rule it out tho.
My line of thinking was more that it might allow drainback, but perhaps that's possible anyway.

I wish he'd just get someone to look at it instead of throwing more parts at it...

In my experience a 77 with the fuel staggers is almost always a dirty filter. If the lift lines leak then they won't start once the top tank is empty.... and usually if mine gets the staggers... it'll work OK for a while or until it's placed under a heavy load, then the missing starts.
This could also be a venting issue with the lower tank... a collapsed line between the tanks. A lot of things....
We're only armchair analysts from here.

Rod

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 Re: 7710 in reply to RodInNS, 10-10-2012 16:17:41  
My experiece on any Ford with two tanks that is starving for fuel has been plugged screens in the bottom tank.

I think Ford should have gone with a coarser screen once they went to the glass sediment bowl. Or better yet, nothing at all.



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