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Old 01-10-2010, 08:31 AM   #1
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Going to be working on it this morning. Trying to figure out why the fuel pump does not work. Hoping it is NOT the fuel pump.

So far, we know the car itself runs. Did the ether trick.
Checked the fuel pump fuse.
Now today we are going to verify voltage at the harness at tank.
If no voltage, does anyone know where the fuel pump relay is? This thing is setup just like a Bonneville. Fuses and relays in the engine compartment etc.
We are really hoping not to have to drop the tank today. It'* still -3 outside and the windchill is -13!
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Nevermind, we got it started. I beat on the bottom of the fuel tank and the pump turned on. So, we are going to drop the tank one of these days and replace the pump.
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Come on get us some pics of your find
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clean it up clean it up she dirty but nice find
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yea bro your M90 looks a little ashey.LOLOL
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What the hell is "ashey"? It'* just dirty.
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What the hell is "ashey"? It'* just dirty.
LOLOL!!!! ashey means in need of lotion as in it looks a little dry.LOL just a joke bro, sorry u missed it.
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Damn you people and your series II motors. :(

Nice find. I have one to but yours at least has a motor that has hope.
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I want one of those. The best looking body design with the best looking engine.
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