[DMCForum] Re: Fuel system updates - help!! long long long...
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[DMCForum] Re: Fuel system updates - help!! long long long...



I'm the one who had mud in his fuel filter. I was VERY fortunate that
I didn't ruin nearly $900.00 worth of new fuel components.

CHANGE YOUR FUEL FILTER! You can get them at autozone. Hell, it's not
even a cross-reference! The dang Purolater book calls out
DeLorean, '81! It's like $12.00 or something.

Where are you by the way? I know what it's like to be on a budget.
Maybe I can help.

Rich A.
#5335


--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Walter Coe" <Whalt@xxxx> wrote:
> Oh one last thing... if you don't know how old the fuel
> filter is, it is best to replace it.  One of the Bosch books
> I have says to replace the filter every year or 10K miles.
> This sounds very often to me, so I would tend to be slack
> with that interval.  If you don't know the history of your
> filter, it could be stopped up.  Who was it who recently
> said that they found mud in their filter?  But your symptoms
> sound more like a hole in the fuel suction line.  If your
> accumulator is original, it is most likely going bad or is
> bad by now.
>
> Okay, I'm up way too late, had beer on an empty stomach...
> nighty-night
> Walt


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