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Old 02-03-2005, 12:39 PM   #21
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Weight balance might help with milage, don't know how much though. If the car'* Aero is slightly better then, or slightly less weight on the front wheels. My car almost feels faster after a fill up, but maybe that'* because the backend will squat more?

Always keep your tank above 1/4 if possible. Otherwise your fuel pump will hate you!
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Old 02-06-2005, 06:31 PM   #22
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I forgot what I initially posted about......




Oh, right, the whole stalling issue. So you guys are saying that I should get my tank replaced with a 94-95, and check the pump, filter, screen. How much would it cost for me to have a shop do this for me? How much should I look to spend on the all of these parts, should I go to a junkyard and find them, or buy them new? Now that it'* warming up a little, I want to do this.
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Junker for the tank. If you need a new pump/screen grab a new one, don't buy used for that stuff. Personally, I would change the screen if you are there.. the pump 'll be fine. I'd do it myself.. I am curious about it. I know not everyone is willing to do it, but if you do it on a Saturday, chances are your car will be running by Monday. Of course, if you are well prepared.


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