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Thread: Please help diagnose my GT-S! Fuel Pump Failure or????

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    I took some photos of the underbody of the GT-S this morning without the gas tank:

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    In the mean time, lets detail the undercarriage!

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    Needs muff. .

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    SITREP:
    So I took the gas tank to Canada Rad on Clark Dr. to get it fully serviced (I highly recommend them... great people there) and then I took a look closer at my fuel pump bracket:

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ID:	14794 I think I have found the culprit. The line where I am pointing to with a sharpie pen, is completely clogged with this green, greasy, sticky solidified crap. I think it may be solidified gas?? I don't know...

    Can that be repairable? And, if not, does anyone have a spare Fuel Pump Bracket up for grabs? I don't wanna pay $200.00 US for a new one from eBay....
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    Snake it out with some wire and solvent, all the lines are probably full of that, as well as the pump. replace the pump and live life to it's fullest.

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    Fuel system

    I would also replace the fuel filter, and blow out both the supply the return lines with compressed air. Then run one or two cans of injector cleaner through the system. If you still have any issues, you may have to get the injectors cleaned. Dave W

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    I think it is time to finally bring closure to this thread... Because today I finally installed the newly cleaned gas tank, along with the new fuel filter and fuel pump... THE GT-S LIVES ONCE AGAIN!! AT LONG LAST! Thank you all for your help!

    Check out the video of the GT-S starting for the first time:
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    I'm glad you got it started, but god damn put some blades on those wiper arms man, **** sounded like nails on a chalkboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon G View Post
    I'm glad you got it started, but god damn put some blades on those wiper arms man, **** sounded like nails on a chalkboard.
    lolol! I know man... I completely forgot there wasn't any wiper blades on the wiper arms.... smh.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkie View Post
    Snake it out with some wire and solvent, all the lines are probably full of that, as well as the pump. replace the pump and live life to it's fullest.
    I'm late to the game.

    Take the piece of wire and put it in a drill.
    Bicycle brake cable works great. You can run a long length with a frayed end and refresh your whole line if you please. Blow it out after with an air gun to get rid of any left overs.


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