[DML] Re: Louder Fuel Pump Buzzing after Replacing Fuel Hoses at the Fue
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[DML] Re: Louder Fuel Pump Buzzing after Replacing Fuel Hoses at the Fuel Pump -- Soun

My cars always seem to run better after I clean them or change the
oil! Really though, changing the hoses should have no effect on
performance. If they are really noisy your choices are:
Replace the fuel pump
Isolate the hoses so they don't vibrate against the fiberglass.
This can be done by twisting them as you tighten them so they don't
rub hard on the fiberglass and some foam between the hoses and the
fiberglass. You can also use a piece of larger hose slit lengthwise
and wrapped around the fuel hoses. The fuel pump can also be noisy
especially when the fuel tank is low or the rubber boots are old and
hard. Maybe you turned the pump as you installed it and kinked the
suction hose? That would make the pump noisy.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Wayne Wagner <dmc-2447@xxxx> wrote:
> Hello Group!
> I just replaced my fuel hoses at the pump this past Monday with the 
> orange hoses with the teflon liner. 
> Overall, I'm happy with the teflon hose product, except... after 

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