Do you have a inline fuel filter somewhere on this
car? If it is plugged, this is what will happen.
Check that, or the screen filters in your carbs. If
it's not any of this, your pickup in the gas tank
might be full of crud.
'53 BN1 '64 BJ8
--- RCT2BNC@aol.com wrote:
> My BN7 has been running just fine until recently.
> After I drive for a bit,
> the car dies from what appears to be fuel
> starvation. When I check the fuel
> pump, it is rather HOT. However, it will still
> "click click" as if it is working
> fine, just no fuel? I have swapped in a spare, brand
> new one and the same
> things happens after a while. Sometimes it can be an
> hour of flawless performance
> or only 15 min.
> Any ideas, especially with the fuel pump being HOT?
> Ben Cohen
> BN7, BJ8, AN5, AN5, Lotus 7, etc