Question about 1986 Volkswagen Wagon Camper
I put some gas back in and it started but wouldn't stay started long and then wouldn't start at all?
You may need to replace the fuel pump. it is pretty spendy. the fuel pump uses the liquid (gas) that passes through it to cool the pump. without fuel it becomes hot and can fry the pump. you can buy one on stopshopanddrive.com for a pretty good price. you can test it by disconnecting the fuel line comming from the back of the pump and put your finger over it (fuel is going to come out) and have someone turn the ignition on. if you are lucky then fuel delivery should be strong enough to spray past your finger and hopefully not in your eyes. good luck.
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