Boy, Paul you're really right on about air in the fuel line being a PITA to trace and find. I had one that took me two, almost three days...come to find out, it was going into my primary fuel filter
. I only found it by changing it all the fuel lines, the filters, and an electric fuel pump
. It was such an insignificant thing I never suspected, but truthfully, I came within seconds of buying
a new primary FF and there's almost nothing that could ever go wrong with one besides corrosion
Just FYI I have two fuel tanks
and two separate manifolds plus a generator
on board so I know it can get a little frustrating on an older boat....if in doubt I change out the hoses and the clamps...if nothing else it's cheap insurance
and I sleep better while I'm driving.