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Date: 22 Mar 2007 05:44:46 -0700
From: "darthpup" <>
Subject: Re: Fuel Tank Baffles Cause Stall?

On Mar 21, 10:20 pm, "kingdoodlesquat" <> wrote: > > Ya rick sounds like a fuel pump problem to me. never heard of loose > > baffles, get a second opinion. Good luck papa > > If the check engine light stays on, it might be the throttle body mounted on > the engine if the car is continually driving like a bag of spanners. It's > fairly easy for a mechanic to reset the throttle body, but it's expensive to > get replaced, even if you get a second hand one. Try the cheaper options > first, e.g. fuel pump / filter, injector cleaners in the fuel, etc. Never > heard of the baffles problem. How much do you trust the mechanics? > > hth kds :-) The fuel pump must be properly oriented or you will have problems. On mine it must have the input port facing the 135 degree azimuth direction with the front of the car being zero of course. Also could be a bad fuel pump.

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