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this all started with what appeared to be fuel pump failure.. Replaced the INTANK pump... Then threw 0216& 0230... Replaced the vp44 got it all inline and the times lines up and everything got everything put all back together and started bleeding lines. Now heres where the questions begin... When should I tighten back up the cracked fuel line? Will there always be bubbles coming out for some reason? or should that clear out and strait fuel come out? Is there a place that I could be suckin air into the lines also, fuel gauge is showing half a tank... could I have a sensor out?

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what kind of pump did you put back in did you put a fuel gauge??? did you confirm that the new lp is getting power???
 

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Lift pump lines must be tighten before the pump shuts off. If the low pressure line is left open after the pump shuts off it will drain back to the tank again so you get to start all over again.

Constant foam or bubbles means there is a suction air leak and you'll have to find and repair this leak.
 
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Be sure there's plenty of fuel in the fuel tank.
 
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