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FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com
May 1
#105432
 
105431

Re: Fuel sock problem?

My racing partner/AMC/Jeep parts man used to drive one as his parts truck in the mid 60s. After the Hudson pickup and Rambler pickup they gave him a new Jeep
Russ
Apr 11
#105431
 
105430

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Well maybe not in HIS lifetime! lol From: mailto:FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, April 11, 2015 8:19 AM To: FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com Subject:
vwdoc2001
Apr 11
#105430
 
105429

Re: Fuel sock problem?

/ I had the local Jeep dealer parts guy tell me Jeep never made a pickup!!!! I showed him the sign on the door that said "Jeep Parts" and then the truck. He
Robey
Apr 11
#105429
 
105428

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Hello All you Jeep people,  Nice thing about our Jeeps, we can fix them.. The new cars you need to take them to the dealers and pay exuberant Prices because
kf4cnm
Apr 10
#105428
 
105427

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Amen to the module.  After I've done very thing else, to no avail, it's been the module.  Twice in about 25 years; what can I say, I'm a slow learner! Sent
glennfbell
Apr 9
#105427
 
105426

Re: Fuel sock problem?

I've had that problem several times... Usually it's the ignition module.. I keep a spare in my toolkit now. The other time, it was a bad coil/coil wire.
Julia Countryman
Apr 9
#105426
 
105425

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Back in '99 my '83 Cherokee had the shut off issue when I went up any really long hills but ran fine otherwise. It just felt like running out of gas. The
Jim Blair
Apr 9
#105425
 
105424

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Good to know. I hope I don’t have any problems in the future as my additive is "old school " . I am sure you know what I mean. From: 'Russ' fsj@...
Lance@Sandy
Apr 8
#105424
 
105423

Re: Fuel sock problem?

I try to put them at a low point in the fuel line and close to the tank would be nice but on my Chrysler there was a perfect spot to mount it on the frame
Russ
Apr 8
#105423
 
105422

Re: Fuel sock problem?

It died on the road. Sometimes it would restart after sitting a while and maybe run for a day or more then do it again. When I took out the filter it was soft
Russ
Apr 8
#105422
 
105421

Re: Fuel sock problem?

I thought that most electric pumps don’t suck well and work best if they already have a good source of fuel supplied to them! The engineers now put most
vwdoc2001
Apr 8
#105421
 
105420

Re: Fuel sock problem?

Just curious, what issues symptoms did you have when it turned to mush? I just added a special additive to my gas. Thanks From: 'Russ' fsj@...
Lance@Sandy
Apr 8
#105420
 
105419

Re: Fuel sock problem?

I just put the electric one in series with the mechanical one with a switch so I can turn it off. I have this setup on my GW and my NYB and it works fine.
Russ
Apr 8
#105419
 
105418

Re: Fuel sock problem?

I never did find an actual problem but I had to cut back the hoses when I changed the fuel filter due to some leaks so possibly it sucked some air in there but
Tom Collins
Apr 8
#105418
 
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