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  1. Hello, I’ve recently inherited the responsibility for getting my late grandfathers (now mine) Robin hood Exmo back on the road after around 15 years in the garage! I’ve turned my attention to the fuel pump/ lines now as I am unsure if the E10 fuel will be compatible with either of these, the donor car was a 1986 C reg mk1 sierra 2.0i looking at the fuel pump it seems to be different to modern set up so am unsure what the best approach would be. could anyone shine some light on what the bellow type part is that is attached to the fuel pump?( i’ve attached a picture!) am i right in thinking that this would be redundant when replacing the whole pump or is it something that needs to remain? Any other suggestions on the fuel lines and pump set up would be appreciated! Thanks!
  2. Well I fited a new fuel pump yesterday and having similar issues to what i had with the old fuel pump. When you open the throttle to mor than half the car pitches and the engie splutters as though it is not getting enough fuel. If you lift off and then put your foot back down it goes again for a little while but then the problem comes back. I have fitted a new fuel filter before the pump as well. I have also noticed that the fuel pipe goes to a thinner pipe after the fuel pump to just before the second fuel filter prior to the carb, could this cause it? Anyone got any ideas????
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