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Old 12-28-2014, 09:45 AM   #57
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Some of the tool company's sell super magnets. You might buy a couple of these and stick them to the tank. Some will say the sloshing of the fuel will wash the matter loose, but I have seen magnets in oil pans that held the particals in place with all the turbulance of the oil pan.
The magnet is a good suggestion, McMaster-Carr has a good selection of them.
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I think I will buy one or two for my tank.
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Did you check the spark plug wires?
No plug wires on V10, they are COP "coil on plug"
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Did you check the spark plug wires?
Dave: The V10 is a coil on Spark plug engine. It does not have spark plug wires.
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Sorry Boone. I did not see your post before I sent mine.
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I had a car that would not go over 40 MPH and stalled out climbing big hills.
Problem was tiny pin holes in the gas line. the pin holes were so small that gas did not leak out, but allowed air into the gas line starving the engine.
Yes this is a true story, new gas line no problems.
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I can belive the pin hole story but not with a tank mounted pump. The line is under pressure, unlike the old cars, with engine mounted fuel pumps sucking the gas to it.
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