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Replace fuel line from gas tank back 1972 super beetle

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SOURCE: 1978 VW Super Beetle Fuel Injection trouble

check your mass air flow sensor , it take over fuel pump control after the engine starts

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Ford F100 Fuel System

There are a couple things here. In the first place if you can pump fuel with the pump off the engine and pumped by hand doesn't mean that it will pump on the engine. See the stroke on the engine is very short, it only moves like 1/4 inch. So you could have a bad pump even though you are pumping by hand. The gas cap, will have no effect on this model. Yes the pick-up tube has a filter on the bottom of it, and it could be stopped up. You can remove this unit up through the top of the tank, got to wiggle it and turn it sideways, and if you can find a used one( New ones scarce and expensive) by going to used parts place, and look for 1967 - 1972, they are all alike. Lots a luck in fixing this great ole truck.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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SOURCE: WHERE CAN I FIND A

there is no downloadable manuals. you can only buy the paper backs at the store or ording direct from chiltons or haynes.

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SOURCE: remove fuel lines from tank (quick disconnect) 2006 f-250 diesel

yes there are 2 lines the feed line and the return line

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: gas smell

You can check in the trunk theres a plastic tube that the lines from the tank hook.i think its called a vapor tube it runs behind the fan box hope this helps

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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