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Old 07-16-2012, 04:59 PM
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Y'all should replace those lines with bamboo shoots Harry
Harry... look on NLOC. Those guys had the same guys in the Lightnings before they started to use a stainless Y & some fancy brand of submersible lines.
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Went to get a coffee Friday, and on the way home my Jeep stalled out on me right in the middle of an intersection. 0 fuel pressure on the gauge. Had to get towed home, and then had it towed to ESP yesterday. Just got word that the feed line popped off. Pumps were installed 2000 miles ago.
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This is not what I want to hear. Are you guys using a stainless Y with a retention ring on the end?
Please get this corrected... Skip will b sending a fuel hat for me here soon... But I can't afford to have these issues guys.
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I think I may have an issue with my hat. I've been having problems starting the jeep and its been stalling everytime i would come to a red light or stop sign...dont have a fuel pressure gauge. it seems like its not getting enough gas. if it was an issue with the fuel hat would I loose all fuel pressure?
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I think I may have an issue with my hat. I've been having problems starting the jeep and its been stalling everytime i would come to a red light or stop sign...dont have a fuel pressure gauge. it seems like its not getting enough gas. if it was an issue with the fuel hat would I loose all fuel pressure?

It depends what the problem is. My main feed hose blew off and I lost all fuel pressure. The Jeep stalled out, and wouldn't start at all. If there is a split in one of the hoses, the pumps may not be able to maintain full pressure, but still allow it to run. I would think you would notice that as you accelerated though, not coming to a stop or at idle.
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Interesting. Appreciate you being upfront about the issue . Hopefully there is a reasonably simple solution.
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Mine looked pretty tightly attached when I received it from the guys down @ Stage6, so I didn't touch it. Just pulled the old one out, slapped the "new" one in.
I'll b sure and letcha know if I have any problems with it.
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It depends what the problem is. My main feed hose blew off and I lost all fuel pressure. The Jeep stalled out, and wouldn't start at all. If there is a split in one of the hoses, the pumps may not be able to maintain full pressure, but still allow it to run. I would think you would notice that as you accelerated though, not coming to a stop or at idle.
acceleration is fine under partial throttle..this morning I was coming to work and was cruising around 75 on the highway not in boost, as soon as i hit boost it started bogging and sounded like i was running out of gas.
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Kind of ironic but my fuel line split this morning on the way to work. I could instantly tell something was wrong because it almost stalled out when i had to stop for a red light. I noticed the fuel pressure jumping around between 15 and 50psi. I babied it back home and it was bucking and sputtering every time i had to slow down or make a right turn. Once I got home and turned it off it wouldn't restart until I primed the key a few times to build some fuel pressure but you could see the pressure leaking down as it sat. Time for some Stage 6 love when the boys get back from VMP. Amazing how a $2 piece can ruin your morning
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