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  • #16
    When you say "back to normal" do you mean normal running?
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    1994 Camaro LT1 Transplant - 357ci LT1, cammed, stalled, and driven.


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    • #17
      Did you replace the wiring in the tank?

      Also, did you use a pulse damper or just run a hose (with clamps) from the pump to the feed line?

      1998 Camaro Z28 - Bright Red, 6.0 TR224, 4l60e, 3.42 Eaton TrueTrac
      1989 Camaro IROC-Z Convertible - 355 big tube TPI, WC T5, 3.42 Zexel Torsen, CTS-V/C4 brakes
      1955 Bel Air 2 Door Post - 357 TPI, Muncie M20, 4 wheel disc

      2006 Saab 9-7x 5.3i Daily Driver

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      • #18
        Ya the car is running great!!!!!!!

        I put new hoses and clamps..

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        • #19
          The top of the fuel module and pump wiring has always been an issue with GM cars. Happens alot

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          • #20
            Originally posted by 1BADAIR View Post
            The top of the fuel module and pump wiring has always been an issue with GM cars. Happens alot
            Can that cause a fire?
            -Joel
            1995 Z28 M6 - AI226/234 - autocross ricer
            1984 Scottsdale K10 - 305/4bbl/4spd


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            • #21
              i know this is late but i had a bad wire block behind the fuel pump fuse
              next to your left foot behind the panel
              put in a donor block and fixed the problem

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