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Thanks. I'll start the process. The issue is that the clear plastic filter (which I know should be metal but in this case it helps to be able to see what is going on) under the hood appears to have nothing in it. Thus, it seems things are clogged up back along the line. I tried loosening the filler cap to see if it was a venting problem but that wasn't the issue.
The mechanical pump appears to be the old style. I'll check the screen(not the easiest to access)but will first check to see if there is an electric pump somewhere.
Will let you know how it goes.
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