What can I do to fix my fuel line from freezing..I put dry gas n premium gas in and the problem is not resolved. It stall out as soon as you start it. But if you drive its fine..just hopefully you don't have to stop. I got the fuel filter,fuel pump checked all good. They said I have water in my gas tank...how do I fix it though???
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Re: fuel line freezing
If you got freezing and all these problems persist. And you did all that you said you did, then I must say first of all, You got one H*** of an engine. But, No choice, You have to drain your Fuel Tank. I think you already knew that. Just hope you don't keep it topped off. Good Luck.
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on mine was the pcv valve line broke and the valve line to the fuel regualator jus put right size rubber hoes on it and was fixed doesnt stall now if still stalls the hose you put on isnt tight enough and leaking air has to have good air flow so check all vaccum lines if still stalls
Was there any water in the tank? Has anyone changed the fuel filter? Has anyone checked the ceramic ballast resistor on the drivers fender near the master cylinder? Has anyone checked the crank sensor output? Did anyone see if it will run if you spray carb cleaner into the throttle body after starting? Are there pulses present at injector? You need to verify these things to get some idea what is going on there.
Take to a garage and you will soon find out that "bad joke" is the wrong name for this. All gas must be removed and gas tank dropped and cleaned. you can only hope that that will fix it. Fuel pump, line and injectors may also need attention.
Sounds like a fuel filter that gets clogged with dirt and then gets unclogged when you put the fuel treatment in your gas tank. Love your car it needs a little TLC. Replace the fuel filter and make sure all fuel line connections are tight.
could be the fuel pump ...you will need to do a fuel pressure test on it ..the pressure should be 63 anything lower even so much as a few lbs will cause this to happen ...as well if it sat that long i would consider a complete tune up and check all vacuum lines for dry-rot