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Ranger 500 6x6 ran great but recently developed fuel problem going up a steep incline. It cuts out so i towed it on a level ground and it started right up.
Thinking it's the pickup tube hose and strainer so I unscrewed the fasteners then tried removing this intank part #2410216 but couldn't get it out because there's a "tab" on the bottom that doesn't clear the opening hole even by tipping it.
I'm thinking it's an intake fuel pump but there's an exterior electric fuel pump mount right behind the fuel filter.
If it is an intank fuel pump, why would an exterior fuel pump be mounted inline?
It's gotta be a trick on how to get this part out(?)
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Did a little more net surfing and found out that that part is a pickup sending unit so i blew out the lines that had no restrictions then reinstalled it back in the tank. I removed and tested the electric fuel pump which is pumping so the only questionable part is the carb float. Cheap enough to buy new rather than rebuilding.
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