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Re: M5 dies out with open throttle

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Steve Fawks

05-28-2013 13:55:02

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OK, at least part of the problem is fuel related. I went back to drain out the tank through the fuel line and it ran out in a steady stream until it was gone! I took off the sediment bulb, and it had a collection of debri in the bottom. I looked in the gas tank (again) with a flashlight and saw a few specks of crud in the bottom of the tank. I think the sediment crap was getting sucked up against the screen as I used more fuel and choked things off.

Don't know if I should just quit and take of the gas tank for cleaning, or try to work through it. Also, the intake boil-out sounds likely as well. Hmmmm...............

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Alan K

05-28-2013 21:05:50

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 Re: M5 dies out with open throttle in reply to Steve Fawks, 05-28-2013 13:55:02  
I would screw the sediment bowl assembly out of the tank and make sure there isnt something stuck in the openings and make sure all the ports in it are open and clean. Sometimes a small piece of crud can find its way in there and is enough to slow up the flow. Sometimes a piece of something in the tank will float over the outlet and plug it as well. I remember times when we would check the fuel level with a not thinking bark falls off into the tank. I found a couple pieces of rubber in the fuel tank of my G950 when I bought it. Think it was from the fuel filler hose.

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