Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 01:23:01 -0500
From: Malcolm <mwm1XXXnopsamedu>
Subject: Re: Need some help badly

>> > : What could cause air to be introduced >into my #2 fuel line. >> >> Either the fuel distributor is faulty, or it's not getting >> adequate fuel pressure/flow rate. They're pretty reliable >> beasts, so check the line pressure and flow rate first. >> >> >> > No bubbles in any other lines, and the bubbles are >> > definitely coming out of the fuel distributor. Could a failed or >failing fuel distributor account for my inability to bring my fuel mixture into >> > range? >> >> Yes. >> >> >> > Could it account for the car stalling and refusing to start? >> >> Yes. >> >> >> > What >> > can go wrong with the fuel distributor and is it internally repairable? >> It is being asumed that the bubbles are air. Is it possible that the are vapourized petrol? Something like "cavitation. . Could that line beunder a slight negative pressure? Malcolm

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