I saw this yesterday on Facebook and we had a huge conversation with the group we have there from the TRS members from long time.
Just wanted to stop and say hi to all the good fellas and Jim
This truck was the best of my TRS years and hopefully I will be back in a Ranger and Jim will build...
Yeah I could. I dont think its the regulator messing up. The valve was stuck open when I removed it, i smacked it against the frame and it closed up.
Cheap valves arenr helping at all and installing them one following the other so if one gets stuck the other one still works would be too crappy
Both valves are getting stuck in the open position, maybe the fuel pressure moves the blocking element so it doesnt close it when fuel comes the opposite way.
Thats what happens when you buy cheap stuff...
Maybe, just maybe installing it horizontally is what causes this so Ill try positioning it...
I installed it friday afternoon and as of this morning the fuel line was empty. The truck wasnt driven since friday afternoon until this morning. Seems like if i let it sit a whole day it will empty up
Posted this in the wrong place hehe
A regular day in the farm
3rd gear on the highway? Wow
My moms 03 2.3 has 235/70tires on edge wheels and 3.73 gears, it feels just fine and wont need more than 4th gear to climb inclines. Maybe 3rd if traffic is slow. Its close to 200k miles too
It does stall a bit at startup. I have to rock the key 3 times to get the ignition to activate the pump at least 3 times so it gets enough fuel. The valve seller claimed its for high pressure so I hope it wont have any issues. Im planning on putting it next to the fuel filter to avoid removing...
A few months ago I noticed my moms truck had a hard time starting up. It cranked and acted as if there was no gas. When checking the fuel pump it turned out ok but the fuel line was empty; ended up being the check valve in the pump assembly that went south. The assembly goes for big...