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Old 10-14-2003, 10:01 PM   #1
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Hey anybody else had issues with there fuel systems?
I have a 94 Bonnieville and I've had SO many issues with my fuel system. Not much else but
three years ago I had to replace a fuel pump
9 month later the new pum was fried
$ months later I had a gas leak and that was a whole new set of fuel lines and a (the pipe running from the tank to fuel door)
I few weeks ago I developed another gas leak
I just had The whole gas tank replaced as well as the sending unit.
all in all with some other repairs it came to $1,044.00

Any one else had these types of issues with mid 90'* bonnies or am I one of the few special ones?
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Crud in your tank could have been the original cause of all of that. I haven't had any probs so far, but I'm watchinf for them, considering the long period my car sat in storage.
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I was having fuel system problems, but nowhere near as severe as that. I put in a new filter, pressure regulator, and a couple of bottles of high dollar system sleaner, and now she'* purring like a kitten. Well, more like a lion cub, but you get the idea.

Hope you finally got yours fixed. I hate those lingering problems...
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ok what is best to used when cleaning the tank out?
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I was having fuel system problems, but nowhere near as severe as that.
Well I replaced all the parts w/aftermarket and at this point everything from the injectors back is new, so There better not be any more problems

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