|01-21-2018, 08:06 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2018
Fuel electrical lines
I have a 96 SW2 that was sitting on a property for a while and it has problems surging when it gets around 2000 rpm. I've been troubleshooting a few things, but when I took a look at the fuel system I noticed that an animal had chewed through one of the small electrical lines around the fuel tank. I'm thinking this would cause this issue, no? Any way, my question is what kind of wire can I use to replace the wiring? I don't want to fry anything like the fuel pump as I'm not even sure if I want to put more time and money into getting it running. Thanks!
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|01-21-2018, 08:20 PM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2015
Location: sw michigan
Re: Fuel electrical lines
The wiring to the fuerl tank would be the fuel level sensor and the fuel pump.
Stranded 18 guage ( copper) can be used to fix anything chewed upon.
My preference is straight crimp connectors, soldered, then heat shrink tubing. In my experience, fix right- once - is preferable to dinking around doing stopgap fixes.
2 94 SC2 parted out
3 96 SC2
98 SC2 - rusty frame minus engine.
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