Or maybe some1 knows an amazing fuel pump cleaning additive?It's... Indian, I'm surprised no1 flew here to slap me across.my sexy face, I'm going to try the 200D, I just need to find a way to make the 1000km journey less stressful, maybe adding kerosene to the fuel ? Or using an electrical fuel pump to replace the lift pump... At least for the trip home.... But I cannot find how much psi I need, anywhere, 1982 mercedes Benz 200D... Manual, I cannot test it myself using the drip method because that particular car isn't mine just yet
You need to find out which "fuel pump" needs cleaned. The lift/transfer pump or the injection pump.Or maybe some1 knows an amazing fuel pump cleaning additive?
Ordered an Isuzu diesel electric pump, I'm. Sure with enough duct tape I can get this to work... And the seller says it's the 2nd pump not the one near the fuel tank....I dont think the psi is critical. Any low pressure fuel pump, 3 to 5 psi for example, should work fine. If anybody knows the vehicle and disagrees, please step in.
Are you sure it is the lift pump, not the injection pump that is bad?
I believe diesel is approaching 2$ a liter in this gorgeous country..... And as for "why" I used to live in the country that has more oil than all the Arab countries combined within the Alberta tar sands, so I grew up being a slave to the oil industry... I can't imagine a feeling of simply filtering a fluid and pouring it into the fuel tank and just going... I just want absolute freedom, and if I can buy myself a tiny spot if land I will attempt to grow my own Tabacco and never buy cigarettes to fill my addiction ( hey I did say I was Quebecer in my first post).. after that, all I need is my pills that keep me from losing my **** whenever someone calls me american.Your cars only cost $500-1000 over there. Please tell me your fuel is $10/liter, and that's why you're chasing the WVO dragon.