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Q:Would this cure my problem of bogging down and cutting off? I have replaced the high pressure fuel pump and in line filter, this car has sat up for five years before i bought it, and had alot of trash and water in the lines and tank. I need to replace the filter in the tank also but i don't believe this is going to fix this problem. Can you help me with the answer?
A:This could possibly be the problem. However, with out the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer.
A:filter and pump good. ordered part and will install so can't help but my symptoms are the same including high build up of pressure in tank. I disconnected the fuel pump to the carburetor and the filter which was new. I then turned the ignition switch to run the pump. I emptied the tank into a small bucket and saw all the trash and almost orange colored gas. previously siphoned what I thought was all the gas in the tank. I will be installing the new regulator in and will come back to give results. The symptoms are: It starts rough but smooths out. Then it runs for about two minutes and dies even if accelerating. If you have the same problem, the pump,filter and fuel injectors are working or it wouldn't start in the first place. The regulator steps pressure from 70 to 40. If the diaphragm has a hole it will suck air and send it to the tank. The gas will have too much air mixed with the gas. Once the air releases It'll start again and die again. 90% sure it's going to work. must be it