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Re: i wana hook up a hyper guass system on my fuel line
Really not sure why you want to mess with this 'thingy'? It sounds like you may be trying to install a gas saver or 'claim-to fame' power booster! None of these work or the manufacture would have put it on! Messing with fuel line is a great chance of burning your car! If I am on the wrong track, please let me know! Frankster016
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I can't completely remember the exact location on the Monte Carlos, but most older cars it's located on the fuel line just before the fuel line hooks up to the carb. Should be two small hose clamps holding it.
it sounds like you have a line hooked up to the wrong spot, and that little black box sounds like the charcoal canister, which is used to filter out fuel vapors. it sounds like either the supply or return line has been hooked into the vapor line. retrace your steps, largest diameter line is supply, medium is return, smallest line is vapor line. good luck!
check ur gas cap first for proper seal and or not tightened this is the usual problem the evap system is from your fuel gas cap [gas--vent lines /gas tank-evap canister-throttle body] to ur throttle body/injectors if gas cap good need to check the lines and components for a leak disconnected /cracked broken-as well as the sensors and canister
If the car is stalling it means that there is a problem in the fuel pump assembly where you have to check the fuel pump ,the fuel filter , the fuel lines.Prepare the tools or equipment to be used in checking or servicing the fuel pump assembly.In the fuel pump so that fuel pump will operate properly : locate the fuel pump,disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel pump,remove fuel pump from the engine,dis-assemble fuel pump,check the daiphram for defects, replace defective parts assemble and install fuel pump. in the fuel filter:So that when fuel filter is removed ,no fuel will spill on the vehicle and no parts are lost.Locate the fuel filter ,disconnect lines at fuel filter, observe safety practices . if the filter is worn out or dirty rather clean it or replace it and install new fuel filter. the fuel lines : So that fuel will flow freely and no abstraction within the fuel lines. Locate fuel lines, visual inspection on duel line for learage, disconnect lines at fuel pump and fuel tank, Use compress air to remove sediments on fuel lines re-install fuel lines to the unit. but if the fuel lines are worn out it should be replaced. If the owner of the car don't have time to service the fuel pump , the fuel lines ,the fuel filter . then the owner of the car should go to a car shop mechanic and let the car mechanic to do the job
time to clean out the system
you should probably try running reg diesel through the lines
so drain the fuel tank and put some reg diesel in rem the fule line recently replaced and allow it to pour our into a bucket then after the fule starts running there then hook line back up and start pumping it through the injector pump remove 1 of the cylinder lines and see if you have fuel there using a clear hose and a bucket
attach hose to end of fuel injector line and see if it is pushing fuel through the injector body
remem ber you are still pushing reg diesel
now that the system is clean and clear hook all lines up and try and start the truck up on reg diesel
if it runs then your off to the races
if there is no fuel check the fuel filter it may just be full of gunk
or the pump might be cooked
but rem line b4 filter and check for flow
All of the fuel filters with exception of the V6 Odyssey models are located on the vehicle's firewall, in line with the fuel line feeding the engine's fuel rail. The fuel filter on the 3.5L V6 Odyssey is located in the fuel tank and requires fuel pump removal to access. Fuel filters located on the firewall should be replaced if the fuel filter exhibits signs of seepage or corrosion. Always replace a fuel filter and its sealing washers if the fuel system has become contaminated, if the fuel system fuel pressure drops below specification prior to replacing the fuel pump, or whenever the fuel pump is replaced.
Is the line plastic or steel? They make repair kits for plastic lines, if you can find them. They are hard to find. If it is a steel line, you can go to the parts store and buy a pressure fitting. Cut the line and put the pressure fitting on. If it is the end of the lines, where they hook together or hook to fuel filter, it could be bad O-rings. Need more info.