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Old 01-06-2004, 10:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel Pump Problem

I have an 76 AMC 360 in my CJ, the fuel pump for a 76 changed designs and will not fit on my engine (sits upside down now) and hits my power steering, so I cannot use it.
I checked and found 74-75 is the design I need. I put it on and when parked, I can rev the engine and gets plenty of gas. When driving, it seems it is starving for fuel, bogs down, some backfiring, then just let it sit a few moments and it goes back to normal. New tune up, timing is good, new edelbrock carb.
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did you change the fuel filter and air filter?

if not then try that first, and what about the fuel pick up in the tank? is it in good clean order? those 3 could be some of your problem, if that doesnt work then I am not sure.
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I always suspect water in the fule this time of the year.
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Check your vacuum advance diaphram in your distributor.
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