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Old 23-09-16, 21:35   #6
bachig24u
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have a look inside the tank, see if you can see a short piece of hose that was attached on the inside where the return line connects, it sends return fuel straight back to the surge/swirl pot.
you may just see the remainders of a hose or clamp. The tank engineers put a rubber hose in there that is probably impossible to replace without splitting tank open to get at it. if that's the case, time to fit a surge tank. naturally it would have perished after 20+years.
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