[DML] Re: Fuel pump gets hot...
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[DML] Re: Fuel pump gets hot...

Your fuel pump is dying. It's death was hastened by either a kinked
suction hose, dirty strainer, or a hole in the suction hose allowing
air to get in (any or all of the above). The thing to do now would be
to remove the pump, inspect all the internal parts in the tank,
replace any in deteriorated or questionable condition, and replace the
fuel pump. While you are in there you should drain the tank and wipe
it out to remove any trace of water or dirt.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom Tait" <TTait@xxxx> wrote:
> I know this has come up before, and that AZ-D probably has the most
> experience with hot weather operation - but in this case it seems
> I've just gotten my car running regularly in the last month or so -
and on
> some days, even in the mid 70's the fuel pump overheats.  It even
> when the tank is nearly full.  In all occurrence it seems to happen w

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