|Originally posted by Alex.07.86GT:|
If you didnt use 30R10 / Submersible fuel line inside your tank, you should open the tank before the 2 inch piece of Fuel Injection hose rots or bursts!
Putting a pulsator outside the tank sounds dangerous as they dont clamp on.
If you didnt install a new pump you should now. Some new pumps are so quiet! The new pumps dont even require a pulsator but you can buy a new one $20 i'v seen them hanging in the HELP parts section in auto parts stores.
Pulsators never go bad! What happen to yours???
The pulsator may last a long time but after 25 yrs in the gas tanks with ethanol laced fuel and todays additives, most of the pulsators in our cars are bad or about to go bad. Nothing lasts forever! A pulsator is only required with an AC Delco type gyrator pump who's output pulsates. With a turbine pump like a Bosch 69225 there are no fuel line pulses ; a pulsator is not required and the pump runs very quiet.
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