Asked by Nov 05, 2016 at 10:18 PM about the 1975 Chevrolet Chevy Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Vapor lock need help already rebuilded
carborator, rerounded fuel line, changed fuel
pump but still dies then later starts.

3 Answers


Try insulating the fuel line. Products-204002-Shield-Sleeve/dp/B004GNLGTQ? tag=askcomdelta-20


If your sure it is a vapor lock and not a fuel tank venting problem there is some fuel line wrap that is very good at diverting heat away from the fuel lines, it looks like the same stuff a fireproof suit is made of, the drawback is it's hard to put on and cover all the fuel line.


Make sure the engine is simply not running too hot and if so deal with the cooling system but tennis has a good idea you should check out.

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