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I just got off the phone with Brian Bodart. He let me pick his brain. I have to say he is one of the best people to talk to. I've bought some products from him for my first turbo motor and will continue to just becuase of the great service an products he provides. I wish all businesses operated like him. Brian said it may be some stuff in the fuel head because it wasn't recirculating back to the tank.

Anyway, wjfk32, did you have to remove the fuel head? How hard is that? Are all the seals reuseable or do I need to buy a kit?

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Originally Posted by wjfk32 View Post
I change injectors,fuel filter,2 fuel pumps, drained to the tank,...etc..etc...
Same crap....Just like what u r going thru.

Answer-Fuel Head Gummed Up on me for not driving for a very long time.

Poor mans way, marvel mystery oil--if not to gummed up...

Use MMO--at every fuel up since....Not a problem since.
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