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In Reply to: 1944 ford 2n: turns over fine and runs for 10-20 min then dies posted by Nathanial on Saturday, April 12, 2014:
I started at the sediment bowl and found that it was trickling fuel into the fuel line. So I cleaned it up and turned the valve back on and it flowed nicely but my gasket was rotted away so I had to order a new gasket and screen (combo purchases from ebay $3.99)so I have to wait tell I've gotten the parts to put it all back together and check the rest of the fuel line.
I'm thinking that the seafoam must have freed a lot of sediment in the tank or it was not used much by the previous owners and i shook it lose during my use.
I will follow all your advice and ditch the filter the gas we use is cleaner than the gas that was used back in 44 and they didn't use one.
i will update when i get the parts hopefully on Thur and let you all know if this was the issue or if its a different one.
Thanks again Nathanial
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