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  1. Thanks for both suggestions! I'll get a fuel pressure gauge immediately, and should've thought of a fuel filter earlier honestly 😭
  2. This is my first time hearing of the anti-dieseling solenoid. I bought a factory a14 mechanical fuel pump and installed (incase the other was for a different vehicle) and same situation with the flooding. The 200sx is running decent now except up hills and over 80ish mph. The b210 with the A14 is still having this flooding issue. - Carb can't be the issue since I've tried 3 different Webers. - I got the tank completely cleaned so that's not it - it has jeep cj7 fuel filter with a return so I don't understand how it can still flood - with bowl empty, if I
  3. Thanks alot for the reply folks, I'm gonna get a new pump and see if it works out better than the other. Should I get another mechanical or go electric?
  4. Hello, I have a 1976 B210 with a new but stock mechanical pump that's having a serious carb flooding issue. I can never get it to idle for longer than 10 seconds. I would disconnect the fuel line and crank with throttle fully engaged and it would run after a few seconds for a good while. I've tried 3 different brand new carbs: Weber 38/38, Weber 32/36, and now a 36/38 is mounted. I've connected a New cj7 fuel filter with return to the tank, no difference. Tried a Spectre fuel pressure regulator with the lowest pressure setting, and the pump still seems to be pumping at the exactly
  5. So I put a fuel pressure regulator with the lowest possible setting, in addition to the Jeep c7 fuel filter that sends a return back to the tank, and IT'S flooding it, on stock pump. I'm starting to think it's just the carb, even tho it's brand new.
  6. Do Weber 38's have that? I'm assuming I'm have take the top part of the carb off? It's a new carb I'm unsure why it's even having this issue 😭
  7. It's on the stock pump. Fuel inlet? From the tank or carb?
  8. Just in case anyone is having the same issue, it's been solved. Problem was clogged feed tube on the tank. Had a radiator shop clean it out and now it feeds fuek great. New problem tho, keeps flooding the carb haha
  9. Ah haha but I thought it would just keep going. Also putting air pressure to it does nothing and makes the pump continuously build which made me originally think it was a blockage.
  10. Tried poking a wire in, there's definitely a blockage somewhere because it just stops. Drained the fuel and took the tank out, removed the sender too look into the tank, can't really see anything. Blew 150psi into the fuel outlet, just builds pressure and shuts off. Is the only way to open the tank by cutting it open?
  11. Thanks again for your help btw, I'd be completely lost if it wasn't for you. So I tried starting from a bottle of fuel and yes sir it ran from the bottle of fuel. So the culprit must be the tank! Question is how to get into the tank 🤔🤔
  12. So I removed the rear seat and like you said, there's an inlet with a hose. I believe this to be the fuel feed. I removed the existing hose (nothing came out oddly) and replaced it my new hose going to the pump and carb. No fuel coming out. Blew compressed air and still no change, and guesses?
  13. Haha ironically I just did that to every hole, didn't really hear anything, just got a bit of a fuel smell. I think the only next step is to pull the tank at this point.
  14. No change. I'm pretty sure that third one, the orange one, is fuel tank vent hose. I wish there was a diagram of the tank but can't seem to find one. I wonder why no one else has had an issue like this, I thought it'd be common. 😭
  15. Tried that, no dice. This is very strange, are all carb cars like this? I don't understand why it won't pull the fuel unless the tank is near full. I honestly can't think of any reason.
  16. Apologies for the very late reply, but no, there is only one other tube besides the fill tube and it's on top of the tank directly in the middle, not exactly sure what it's for or if it may be a reason for my current dilemma. http://imgur.com/gallery/leyjid1
  17. First off thank you so much for replying. I thought as much but can't find anything referencing which is which. This is how I have it set up on the Sunny. Larger tube is the return, and smaller tube is going to the pump, is this correct? And if so what else do you think it could possibly be? Here's the image- http://imgur.com/gallery/H8CpnrD
  18. Hello, I have a 1976 Sunny with an A14, Weber 38/38, and a new mechanical fuel pump, as well as a 1978 Silvia/200sx with an L20b, Weber 38/38, and new mechanical fuel pump. Both vehicles run briefly with ether. Both vehicles suffer from the same issue: fuel pump only pulls fuel if the tank is full. I took some 5/16 fuel line and ran it from the tank straight to the filter then to the pump, skipping over the hard line just incase there's a blockage, and same issue. Both tanks are about at 70%. I tried an electric fuel pump, mounted just under the tank on the Sunny, and s
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