No Fuel

From: Azie L. Magnusson (
Date: Tue Jan 17 2012 - 19:12:08 EST

Hey Jon!!
Jim wrote:: >>Use a tire inflator with some low pressure
air to blow the line out back to the tank, then when the pump
runs it should have a clear line to the rail. If you can blow
all the way back to the tank it will also agitate the fuel
and help the Heet absorb the water. And blow the crud
off the sock. <<

I'm not a scientist by any stretch of the imigination, but
here is my thought:: Water is thicker than gasoline.
therefore it will not go through nearly as small hole as
gas.. Ice melted - water got to the injectors but won't
penetrate/eacape because of the small hole therefore
no fire in the cylinder.. Doesn't explain the "No
Pressure" on the fuel rails though!! If you can blow
through the line back to the tank that means it has
to be the pump......JMHO!!!

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