[T3] : Re: 73 Type 3 Ignition Switch
willjahn975 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 17:09:16 PDT 2020
On my 73 from the time I bought it in 1985 after I replaced all the FI
gaskets and fuel and vac lines , runner boots all of this, until 2009 I
still didn't drive it everyday and I never had to prime it . I just hit the
key once and it was running . I never pumped the pedal or anything. I
replaced the fuel pump with a 2 port model which has a check valve built in
because the original began making noise and it's check valve didn't hold.
That helped a bit yet I still had to prime it, just not as long. I read
somewhere the fuel regulator even if it works also plays a part in holding
the rings pressure. Once I start it first time it will start 12 hours later
On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 4:44 PM Gary Forsmo <gbforsmo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jim said:
> "Depending on which primer switch you have, and how it is wired, you may be
> able to prime the fuel system with the key either ON or OFF. I recommend
> Jim added his 3-position Fuel Pump Switch to my one-owner '69 Square a
> couple of years ago.
> We never discussed Ignition Switch ON or OFF. So I've always "primed" the
> fuel ring WITHOUT turning the Ignition Switch key to the RUN position.
> Jim, will you further explain/expand on WHY you ..... "recommend (Ignition
> Switch) ON?" while running the Fuel Pump for clearing the air out of the
> fuel lines?
> Gary "Frito" - '69 Squareback, FI, MT, One-owner
> Rockport, TX (winter)
> Lake Geneva, WI (summer)
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