[DMCForum] Re: My own fuel problems
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[DMCForum] Re: My own fuel problems

I bought it from John Hervey...I guess any warranty I had on it is
expired by now, and I can't expect him to swap a new one for me just
because I contaminated it. I guess it's safe to take it apart then.

For rigging a distributor bypass, obviously I would hook the supply
and return lines together to the double-vented banjo bolt. What could
I screw the bolt into to achieve a seal?

Rich A.

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Andrei Cular" <andreic@xxxx> wrote:
> >I appear to have a little more power when the engine is cold, which
> >may indicated that the CPR is clogged a little too. It's pretty
> >Is there a way to clean it out, or do I have to replace it
> Yes it can be cleaned out very easily.  Just be very careful when
you split
> the main body apart to watch how the spring and push rod are
> Then take out the 4 screws holding the plate to the block which the
> screw into.  If the SS diaphragm is dirty or not flat put it on a
> hard surface and gently run a fine hone, shaping stone from grocery
> works great, over it to clean and smooth.  With the plate and lines
off you
> should be able to snake a fine wire through both fuel passages and
blow it
> out with air.  They are very small holes so don't expect too much.
> If you are getting crap in your tank from the lines you need to
make a rig
> to bypass the distributor and pump a strong dose of B-12 chemtool
> they system for a couple hrs.  Then change the filter on the bottom
of the
> pump and the main filter.
> Andrei

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