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Is there a lift pump on this thing? All that vacuum would pull air in, but the reason for vacuum is restriction.

(it was my problem, albeit on an FC)

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Last night I bypassed the racor filter and a problem still exists.
Looking to replace the filter completely.

My rebuild kit did not have the seals for the terminals
Through the bowl.

Brian , have you ever needed the heating option for the fuel?

Marty
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Badandy, I located the screw on the toe kick.
How far out in the floor is the access panel and would it be under the carpet or subfloor material?

Marty
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Patrick , I don’t know if there is an additional fuel pump on this system.

No information on the layout in my blue box.

Marty
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Badandy, I located the screw on the toe kick.
How far out in the floor is the access panel and would it be under the carpet or subfloor material?

Marty
I'll go measure mine, the flooring is being redone right now.
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Patrick , I don’t know if there is an additional fuel pump on this system.

No information on the layout in my blue box.

Marty
There is no additional pump in the system. There is only one mechanical pump that is driven off the supercharger. Don't ask me how I know Another expensive repair for an .50 item
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On my PT35 the access hole is 15" from the base of the kitchen cabinets. There's a square of plywood cut out that's about 6" square.
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You have just saved me a lot of extra work. Thank you !
how far along are you with your flooring? Would you send a picture , if not covered?

I may have to replace the copper line From filter to tank.

Has anyone have any information on this task?

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You have just saved me a lot of extra work. Thank you !
how far along are you with your flooring? Would you send a picture , if not covered?

I may have to replace the copper line From filter to tank.

Has anyone have any information on this task?

Mart
Replacing that line will just not be fun, it's tucked way up there out of reach. You shouldn't need to replace it, though.

I tried to take a photo of the floor for you, but I dropped my phone and it shattered the camera lens!
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