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Sometimes this happens when a heat shield is missing from a Catalytic Converter or muffler. If you have made modifications like engine changes or installed Headers you need to have some additional protection for the fuel system. If you restore missing shields it will help.
There are aftermarket products like Thermal mats to repeal heat or exhaust wraps which can reduce heat from an exhaust header. Some people have made fuel coils to place over A/C dryers and use the A/C to cool the fuel. It works, but really is rerouting the fuel line.
Old school tricks like attaching Wooden clothespins with spring clips directly on the fuelline,and putting fuel lines inside old A/C finned tubing are 2 ideas. They increase surface area and dissipate heat.
If the Air temp is 100 degrees the pavement is probably 130.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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