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I just put a new fuel pump on it and it was running great for a couple of days then it just stoped getting gas to the carb completely. Could a relay in the engine bay be the issue or is it most likely a problem with the hoses/fuel pump?
 

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Yes I did but I believe I found the issue when I took the tank out and cleaned it then installed my new fuel pump I didn’t replace the fuel filter so I’m hoping that the issue is the filter.
 

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Does it have a vapor separator type fuel filter?

I had enormous problems with my B350 and it only got solved when I restored the original vapor separator fuel filter, then also removed the little filter at the needle and seat. Someone had bypassed that filter and I had no idea it had the vapor separation function to it.

I haven't had a problem in the 9,000 or so miles since.
 

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Hi!
The issue can also be reasoned by the fuel-pump-relay. Do you hear the pump running for a second when turning ignition on? If not, try to bridge the relay for a test. Should be located on the dashpanel near steering column unde the hood. Need wiring info about that?
Andy
 

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I believe I had some bad gas or something that clogged up my fuel filter because as soon as I put a new one on it fixed itself.
 
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