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  • Hey. Thanksfor your input on my gas tank. I agree I took the sender unit out and there was a ton of crap that look like old gasket material that the last guy you change the pump left in the tank. Even though the new pump has a strainer do you think that that could cause the fuel pump to fail after one use.how did you get inside the tank to brush it and how did you empty all the fuel out? Your help would be really appreciated as the dirty fuel tank is the only thing I could find. I am just surprised the filter on the fuel pump didn't stop that little dirt from getting in and destroying the pump. Thanks. Rich
    I TOLD YOU I WOULD LET YOU KNOW WHEN I FOUND OUT WHY THE DIMMING LIGHTS FUSE WAS BLOWING. I HAVE RECENTLY REPLACED MY WHOLE INTERIOR, INSULATION,CARPET,ALL UPOLSTRY & SEATS, DOOR PANELS,WEATHERSTRIP,ETC. IN THE PROCESS OF DOING THE CONSOLE, THE WIRE FOR THE PRNI23 LIGHT WAS LOOSE AND GOT PINCHED BY THE SHIFTER, LEAVING A SMALL PORTION OF THE INSULATION MISSING. ONLY IF IT WAS IN THE RIGHT POSITION & YOU TURN ON THE LIGHTS WOULD IT BLOW THE FUSE, SO IT WAS NOT HAPPENING EVERY TIME YOU USE THE LIGHTS. I REPAIRED THE WIRE & ALL IS WELL. I WANT TO THANK YOU AGAIN FOR PUTTING ME ON THE RIGHT TRACK!
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