Thanks, did that earlier and no fuel is coming through. I have spark and just trying see if there's a blockage before the pump or a bad filter. I changed the carb filter but it's dry.Make sure you got fuel. Disconnect your fuel line directly to the carb and crank it with a catch bottle. No juice?
Thanks, just checked the rear lines by the tank and they are beyond old. Thankfully it quit at my house.By pass with a 2 gal tank to run it to move. Time to check the fuel pump and follow the line to the tank. The rubber hose to the tank could have just given out.
I had a 92 GMC VAN that quit the fuel pump in the tank. So much fun when kicking the SHish out of the tank and no go. I just filled to the brim too. Got it home to deal with nothing of volume to spill the juice. Fixed it and the starter went the next day. I still have it. Bish runs good. Also had to replace a pick up coil in the dizzy. Ohm......Thanks, just checked the rear lines by the tank and they are beyond old. Thankfully it quit at my house.
Have checked to make certain that there is fuel to the pump. If you disconnect the line to the pump then jack the rear of the car higher than the front, fuel should flow freely from the line. If that is good, then I would take the pump loose again to make sure that the push rod didn’t slip off of the pump arm during installation. This sounds basic, but I’ve seen it happen, especially with big blocks for some reason.Trying to identify if there was a second fuel filter on a 1972 396 (402). The factory service manual only notes the small paper filter in the carburetor. I've installed a new fuel pump but the line to the carb isn't drawing any gas.