Re: I have got to be doing something wrong
If I can't fix it, I will be shipping it out to someone. But my question is, what would still cause this problem? Does the vacuum open when I'm bench testing matter? Aside from that, I know it's assembled correctly, the floats are set to spec, the floats aren't broken, the float needles are new, all the gaskets and o-rings are new, it's clean, has and has a fuel filter.