Yes, fuel in tank.
No vacum on inlet
We have ethanol here...
Crystalizes, unlike conventional gasoline which turns to varnish.
Tank is good, gasoline has always been fresh.
Pump is external 7mopar, as is my 70 Superbee.
I'm ordering another one from NAPA.
Hoping it is just a failed...
One was from a AutoZone...certain it was a Chinese manufacture.
I'm wondering if the Carter or Airtex would be a better pump?
Hard to believe the original and a repro would fail.
The only thing I could think of is the ethanol in California damaged the diaphragm?
Thanks for the support.
-1985 Dodge D-50 with the Mitsubishi G-54B engine.
-4 Wheel drive.
This truck seems to have constant Fuel Pump failure, and I am at a loss of why the 2nd pump we installed has failed.
Has anyone experienced anything like this?
Yup, I "got it"
Ha Ha, thanks for the chuckle, I've spent the last couple of hours under the Hemi Superbee "Dicking" around with the starter between the TTI headers and the engine, impossible project
I need BEER!
Or jump in one of the trucks and "run something over"
I'm pointing to...
welcome aboard and thanks for joining the forum.
More Horsepower or more Torque?
Horsepower is typically at a cost of RPMs while Torque is what gets you out of the "hole"
Check out the Forum: For B Bodies only, engine performance "Forum"
Some bad ass 318s out there