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I have a 1987 mustang. the car is carborated, in line electric mr gasket fuel pump. it vapor locks all the time, well at least i think thats what its doin. i unhook the line from the filter, turn the switch on until the fuel picks back up. then i plug the lline back up to the filter and it cranks. please let me know if you have any solutions. thanks

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I'd go back to the factory fuel pump, check the fuel cap too.

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