Question about 1983 Jeep CJ7
I'd take a good look at the fuel line and the pickup inside the tank.
If I remember correctly, that year still had a carburetor. Therefore you have a mechanical fuel pump. Pump is a pull type not a push pump as used in injected systems. With a pull pump any small hole will let air into the system.
The good part is that you can easily make a repair using rubber fuel line and mini clamps as the pressure is very low and not prone to blowing apart like an injected system would.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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