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Huh? Not sure I totally agree with Solar Mike here. He's right, a pocket of air in the fuel line will definitely stop flow. But the term "Vapor Lock" typically involves overheating of fuel in the fuel line to the point where it vaporizes from liquid to gas. And as a gas, you are not going to be able to keep that vehicle running. Typically vapor ...


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No, not to do with the fuel pump - at least not for the cooling system. Vapor lock can be for any pipe wehere the flow is stopped due to a pocket of air. Poor bleeding or burping of the cooling system can cause overheating so it is something that has to be done correctly. Vapor lock can also happen in fuel systems and has often been an issue with ...


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The Bosch Kugelfischer (I'll use "BK" for short going forward) mechanical plunger injection pumps for petrol engines were used across a variety of makes/models of vehicles from the late 60's into the mid-80's. They were derived from the diesel pumps as you suggested. A couple of vehicles which use the BK pump was the BMW 2002Tii and 2002 Turbo. ...


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