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I ran out of gas and burned pump up. So I replaced pump ,ran fine . Did it again, put new pump in ran good for a day,then it ran slug'ish like not enough pressure to motor, did this 3 more times , same result? Any help out there of why it will run for a day then the next day not enough pressure. For it to run , putting in new pump every time..

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It's probably your regulator. Check your pressure is probably sending it most out back to the tank. I put a hose clamp on the line that returns it back to the tank and tightened it up till it read the right fuel pressure. Hasn't messed up yet

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