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andy nelson

Hi Guys been fitting a new fuel tank on my mkf2. The tank came off eazy enough and the new one was installed. I tried to start the car it was trying to idle and cut out I know there was only about half a gallon in the tank I thought this would be enough. I checked the pipework and the large pipe from the top of the tank had come off the neck of the tank and it was also trapped between the tank and the bottom of the car. Problem I have now when attached to the neck of the tank it's kinked and it's till getting trapped when. any tips appreciated 

 

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11 minutes ago, andy nelson said:

Hi Guys been fitting a new fuel tank on my mkf2. The tank came off eazy enough and the new one was installed. I tried to start the car it was trying to idle and cut out I know there was only about half a gallon in the tank I thought this would be enough. I checked the pipework and the large pipe from the top of the tank had come off the neck of the tank and it was also trapped between the tank and the bottom of the car. Problem I have now when attached to the neck of the tank it's kinked and it's till getting trapped when. any tips appreciated 

 

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I've circled the pipe in question  the new tanks connection has a slight curve to it. it's doing me nut in.

 

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