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Hello, when the vehicle stalls is it due to the batteries dying?
Ok when this happens if you remove the top fuel filter cap is it full of fuel?
Thank you for the info. It sounds like you need to replace the frame mounted fuel pump. They are known to fail this way. They work correctly when the vehicle is first starting. As the pump warms up is losing pressure until the vehicle stalls. Once the pump cools down it will work again for a few minutes. Replacing the frame mounted fuel pump will fix this concern.
It isn't. There are three nuts that hold the pump on the frame. The hardest part is getting the lines disconnected. You will need fuel line disconnect tools. You can get a set from the part store for about $10
Is the fuel filter housing filling up with fuel now?
So it isn't filling up all the way?