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Originally Posted by WERK-I View Post
Don't forget the WUR controls the fuel pressure in the fuel distributor head. These fuel heads are extremely reliable------don't know about IA Head Mod, but you should give Brian L. and Stephen K. a call. They got some 'splain'in to do.
Thanks so much Werk and Rarly for taking the time to help!

Latest update:
I by-passed all return fuel lines and ran a "home-made" line from the fuel head, main return port, directly into a gas can. With the pumps running, I get a steady and strong stream of gas from the return section. BUT the sensor plate in the meter housing still locks up tighter than a crab's ass!!! So I know I don't have a blockage with the fuel lines...and it appears that gas is flowing in and out of the fuel head just fine. Before I remove the fuel head to check for a stuck piston, I will test the WUR.
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