The meet went great, but i was not able to drive the falcon.
we left out in it but about 5miles or so down the road it started acting up like it was not getting fuel.
turn around and took the trunk instead.
when we got there no one else drove their falcons due to the server weather.
So, I didn't feel that bad not driving my falcon. there was only one guy that had his falcon there.
A nice looking 69 4-door
So this morning I pulled the fuel filter that is right before the fuel pump and replaced it with a new one.
then i took the old one and cut it open to see what was clogging it. i have always done that because if you just replace and toss the old one without looking you will never know what is causing the problem. now i was thinking some trash, rust or some thing like that.
not this, and i dont know what is causing it but i will be pulling the tank and doing a cleaning and flushing out the lines.
new filter with just about 5 min of running, you can already see the milky look to it.