RE: [DMCForum] Fuel problems
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RE: [DMCForum] Fuel problems



I paid close attention to this when we lifted Erik's car off of the frame as
I am in the same situation.  On his car, the one closest to the pump went to
the pump.  The one closer to the outside was the return.

I would guess you could connect the pump, disconnect the lines at the engine
and see if the gas comes out of the correct line.

I don't know if his was moved around or if they are all the same so take
this information at your own risk. :)

Greg



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Subject: RE: [DMCForum] Fuel problems

Ok update.  I got the baffle in and connected back up with the fuel pump.  I
then got the fuel pump back in, but I am curious as to which line goes
where.  There is a line closest to the tank and one closest to the wheel...

OK where do I go now? lol

Jack Stiefel - Tampa, Fl
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