[DML] Fuel pump growling
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[DML] Fuel pump growling

I have a motto at work... "New mistakes are being invented all the time,  and 
old ones rediscovered."
Here's a new one: My fuel pump was sounding starved just in the last few  
days. Half a tankful cured the problem, but that's not a good enough answer,  
especially since the pump and hose is only 2 years old. No, I don't have a  
spring arrangement as David suggests inside the pickup hose. Or John H's  
arrangement. Pulled the pump to check the hose and discovered that the guy who  
attached the pickup hose- no, it wasn't me- neglected to tighten the clamp. That  
sure ain't helpin' any! Tightened the clamp quite a bit, now we'll see how it  
Wayne A.  Ernst
vin  11174

**************It's only a deal if it's where you want to go. Find your travel 
deal here.      

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