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Diagnosing the random stall
#11
And I guess you've seem them all.  Why would anyone in their right mind argue with you?
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#12
Got about 25 more stall less miles on it, with the tank reading over 1/4.

Kind of afraid to let it drop below this, but should, to see if it does stall there.
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#13
Have not let fuel level drop below 1/4, got about 75 more stall free miles on it.
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#14
My solution for bad in tank fuel pumps is to disconnect them, and add an inline electric fuel pump under the hood.

It's cheap and has never failed for me. It might not work on some of the newer computerized stuff, but if it's just a normal fuel pump it seems to work every time.
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#15
(08-03-2018, 04:00 PM)Handy_Dan Wrote: My solution for bad in tank fuel pumps is to disconnect them, and add an inline electric fuel pump under the hood.

It's cheap and has never failed for me.  It might not work on some  of the newer computerized stuff, but if it's just a normal fuel pump it seems to work every time.

I searched out this pump when the stalling events first occurred:

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-g3138/overview/

I've considered this route, but am not sure the stalling events were/are/will be fuel related.
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