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slow_stang 11-13-2011 09:29 PM

95 gt fuel issue
 
Bought my 95 gt a fe weeks ago and the previous owner said he replaced the fuel pump but when there is a quarter tank or less and I go around a right hand turn it cuts out from fuel loss also if I give it full throttle it acts as if its not getting enough fuel I need help

jhagan1980 11-13-2011 09:47 PM

Try replacing fuel filter first. It's cheap and easy to replace.

slow_stang 11-13-2011 09:54 PM

Ok but would that cause my issue with staving for fuel around turns

jhagan1980 11-13-2011 09:56 PM

I'm not really sure but I would change out the filter before I ever thought about dropping the fuel tank.

slow_stang 11-13-2011 10:29 PM

Will do that tomorrow

Trojan Horse 11-13-2011 11:33 PM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 988795)
Bought my 95 gt a fe weeks ago and the previous owner said he replaced the fuel pump but when there is a quarter tank or less and I go around a right hand turn it cuts out from fuel loss also if I give it full throttle it acts as if its not getting enough fuel I need help

I wonder if the "sump" panels inside the tank have broken loose or if the pump was installed correctly?
I'd take the tank out, remove the pump and double check everything just to be sure.

slow_stang 11-14-2011 08:52 AM

Ok will do if it is a bad tank what year mustangs can I use

Trojan Horse 11-14-2011 09:25 AM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 988980)
Ok will do if it is a bad tank what year mustangs can I use

The body style runs from 94-98, but I don't know if the internals are the same on the 96-98 models with the mod motors.
Check on new tanks, they will usually give you a range of what they will fit.

slow_stang 11-14-2011 09:51 AM

Ok thanks a bunch

slow_stang 11-15-2011 03:05 PM

Well I got rid of the high rpm miss but still cuts out on turns I pulled the tank fuel pump is fine and so is the tank I checked for clogging and I checked and cleaned injectors and fpr

Trojan Horse 11-15-2011 04:56 PM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 989747)
Well I got rid of the high rpm miss but still cuts out on turns I pulled the tank fuel pump is fine and so is the tank I checked for clogging and I checked and cleaned injectors and fpr

Fuel is sloshing away from the tank pickup/fuel sock or a delivery inlet or outlet somewhere in the system. If not the tank or filter, I am at a loss as to where else for you to look. The only cure I suppose is to keep it filled to above the 1/4 tank level. :(

slow_stang 11-15-2011 05:01 PM

Lol yeah thats what I been doing but the fact that I know I still have the issue bugs the ***** out of me

dreamstang 11-15-2011 05:03 PM

Highly unlikely but what about a fuel line close to moving parts?like a flexible fuel line close to tie rod getting kinked.I know this is out there but just an idea

slow_stang 11-15-2011 05:05 PM

I checked all the lines

Schlahty 11-15-2011 09:47 PM

If you drop your tank-GET a filler tube GASKET. Chances are it will break. It's ford order only. Took me a week and a half to finish my fuel pump cause of that.

Trojan Horse 11-16-2011 12:41 AM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
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Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 989806)
Lol yeah thats what I been doing but the fact that I know I still have the issue bugs the ***** out of me

:confused: It almost has to be the baffles in the tank or the sock collapsing.

slow_stang 11-16-2011 01:53 AM

The gasket is good and the baffles were fine and the sock seamed fine also

Trojan Horse 11-16-2011 02:04 AM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
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Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 990074)
The gasket is good and the baffles were fine and the sock seamed fine also

I believe you, but there just doesn't seem to be anything else that could cause the issue you describe. :confused:

Were the pump and suction tube firmly fastened?
Is the tank bent in on the bottom anywheres?

slow_stang 11-16-2011 02:09 AM

They were securely fastened and no dents its got me boggled

Trojan Horse 11-16-2011 02:15 AM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 990082)
They were securely fastened and no dents its got me boggled

Me too. :confused:
I'll keep my eyes and ears open for a solution for you.
Maybe something will turn up soon. :good:

slow_stang 11-16-2011 02:17 AM

Thanks a ton man for all the help

Trojan Horse 11-16-2011 02:33 AM

Re: 95 gt fuel issue
 
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Originally Posted by slow_stang (Post 990085)
Thanks a ton man for all the help

You are welcome. :good:

dreamstang 11-16-2011 06:20 AM

If everything TH said. Checks out is has to be bad/loose fuel pump or relay wiring.


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