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Old 03-01-2008, 13:39   #1 (permalink)
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Smile dual tank pumps

I believe I can hear the front tank ( mid van ) running when switched, two lines from each tank ( rear and mid ) to a combiner,( my guess ) where two lines come out, one to the pump and I believe one to the pressure regulator as a return, there are not wires on this, but says Do not remove cup, the cup is on the bottom and looks like it unscrews, I cannot use my mid tank, even though I hear the tank pump, the van runs and stumbles,

If I remove the cup to see if there is junk in it, what will I find inside to make me cuss when I realize I shouldnt have removed it,,

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Rich,,, this is frustrating as there is 16-18 gallons of gas in there that would be nice to access,,
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