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  1. Thanks for your input everybody! I think the idea of junk clogging up the sending unit is pretty plausible. The only thing that gives me pause is that when I've had the problem before my first thought was that was happening, and even blowing air through the line didn't seem to do much to rectify it. Sometimes it's been literally blowing by mouth back through the line, and nothing really changed. It might be that so much junk is floating around that it immediately clogs up. When I first started working on this car in 2017 the tank got some attention, but mostly in the form of throwi
  2. Whoops! Should be fixed now. The video is unlisted, but you should be able to see it by clicking on the above link.
  3. Hello all, I'm having what I think are vacuum tank problems on my 1930 Packard 726 that I have yet to find an answer to. It's a pretty typical 8-bolt Stewart Warner type. I've scanned through all of the threads on here about others with vacuum tank troubles, but my problem seems distinctly different than almost all of those. The closest I have found was in this thread here. The situation described there is very similar to mine in that 1. There is no problem getting fuel into the vacuum tank. I have had that problem before, but I've fixed leaks and the like and it pulls
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