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    if u dont no u will now !!!!

    today was a day to save money right this is wot i done and would recommened to others i had taken my fuel pump module out and drilled the rivites out and could not believe my eyes as the hole thing was full of lime scale build up over the years thats why the fuel injectors were getting full off crap ive cleaned all now shouldnt have no problems over this summer and saved money as brought injectors in offshore were they had gone then to realise that after taking this off this was the cause of my problems (((im going out and can now not worrys about breaking down a little peace of mind goes a long way i must say have fun all and clean ya pumps filters and as much as possible and last but not least take care !!!!!!


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    Injector supply is filtered by the filter in the module, and the micro filters in the injectors themselves.

    Cruddy fuel is often a cause of problems however, but avoid anything with ethanol in it.

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    how can you avoid ethanol every gas station has it in it....

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    According to here in Australia, via Maritime, and common sense, the ethanol is hygroscopic, and absorbs water, which leads to it causing problems in fuel components, i.e. injectors, pumps, tanks & carbies.

    I am also told that it can affect fuel lines.

    My guess is look at marina areas for non-ethanol laced fuels. We also have labels at the pumps with a warning about ethanol and marine application.
    Last edited by Richieb; 07-20-2010 at 05:40 PM. Reason: mis-triped!

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    I use Marine formula stabil with each tank. Just a few drops of that and lucas upper cylinder lubricant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richieb View Post
    Injector supply is filtered by the filter in the module, and the micro filters in the injectors themselves.

    Cruddy fuel is often a cause of problems however, but avoid anything with ethanol in it.
    Hi my friend there´s also a fuel filter inside the fuel pressure regulator

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