I am also interested in this issue. I am wondering why can’t we test pump fuel delivery by pumping gasoline from the fuel pump into a container and measure the volume over time?
Do we know how much gasoline that pump should deliver in say, 30 seconds? I can imagine doing that would be an easier test
Thanks, Mike Moore
On Oct 7, 2015, at 10:57 AM, Mark Miller mark@xxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
First, many thanks for all of the advice I received last week on this problem!
Okay, still having some problems with fuel delivery on our 300K.
Here is a quick rundown on what we have had done. Carb was cleaned and fitted with a new carb kit. Floats were set at 23/32 spec?
Items replaced: Fuel pump, fuel pump push rod, fuel filter and all rubber fuel lines.
Fuel tank was removed and sending unit inspected. Blew out fuel lines.
After all of this we still are starving for fuel when the 4barrel kicks in. Also a little harder to start and (at times) some throttle hesitation on normal acceleration.
One question the mechanic had was the engine rebuilt with bored cylinders etc and needs a higher CFM carb. I do not have any history on the engine other then it has been rebuilt.
Any help will be much appreciated! Mark
Posted by: Michael Moore <mmoore8425@xxxxxxx>
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