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Old 05-18-2006, 05:41 PM   #11
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iight thanks for the replies, what would a bad fuel pump cause?
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iight thanks for the replies, what would a bad fuel pump cause?
Problems

Could be a no start, could be issues at rpm...could be darn near any running issue.
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Why, do you suspect your fuel pump is bad?
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Lash or Boost,

Do either of you know the part number of that elbow piece on the FPR ? I called the local dealer and stumped the poor kid. Is that something I could get @ GMPD ?

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BMW, you found the reason I bought silicone hose. No impossible part number lookups. Lash should be able to help ya
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Boost,

Either way. It doesn't really matter. So where can I get the silicone tubing from ? Pricing about the same ?

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BMW, is yours an elbow or a "T", because the Tee number is in my vacuum hose thread, IIRC.

If it is just an elbow, w/two holes, then I don't have the number right now. Your GM parts guy should be able to look it up, even over the phone, if he'* worth his salt.

If you don't have any luck, I'll call for you. Just let me know.
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Lash,

Thanks. Simple elbow with 2 holes. I'm waiting for a call back from the dealer, but thats been 3 + hours ago. I'm sure he'* to busy handing parts out to the guy'* in the shop I guess you might have to call for me.
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Last time I tried to get those rubber vacume fittings, the dealership was only able to locate one... He gave it to me and said he was sorry he could not locate the other... No charge... He felt bad... They are hard to comeby

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Interesting. Seems like a simple enough part to me. If I can get the elbow (easily) then great. But I don't want anyone or myself to have to jump through hoops to get it. If it can be remedied with the silicone tubing then I will go that route. Someone will have to tell me where to get it from (AutoZone?).
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