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The camper has always been very reliable,has a edelbrock performance series carb with approx 7k on it.The tank is full of gas.Im thinking fuel flow ,either fuel pump,fuel filter but figure I would check in here.

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  • glm06854 Dec 09, 2009

    I think Im all set.Just spoke to inkedsgt and we decided it might be the fuel pump or the filter but that the pump could go quicker than the filter.Im going to blow the entire system back to the tank and make sure Im good to the carb,If not then I figure excelerator pump.

  • glm06854 Dec 13, 2009

    kinda yes and kinda no...I assumed the fuel pump was mechanical but think that it is actually on the fuel tank itself.I wasnt told this but maybe he figured I knew it already.Just fyi

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    What are you looking for? You haven't told us what the problem is.



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Or ecelerator pump

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