<VV> Plugged line help?

Daniel Monasterio González dmonasterio at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 20 18:04:05 EST 2016

Did you try gently hammering transversaly on the plugged área, using a
brass hammer to loose it just enough to be pushed out with compressed air
?. Could be better if the pipe is connected to the compressed air line
while hammering.

Daniel Monasterio

On 20/01/16 16:34, "Grant Young via VirtualVairs"
<virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:

>I have a turbo main fuel line (the one from the firewall to the pump with
>lots of bends in it) in which a dirt dauber wasp or some such vector has
>put a plug. It seems to be just past the second bend from the firewall (I
>can fish a flexible line that far, but it is too limber to push it out).
>I have tried carb cleaner, WD-40, water, and blaster soaks (over night)
>followed with 140 psi of compressed air to no avail. If I had something
>that was sturdy enough to punch on it and still be able to bend around
>the corners I think I could dislodge it. I have tried plastic line from a
>weed-eater, copper wire, spraying carb cleaner through its red tube, etc.
>I have worked on this for several days (a few minutes at a time after
>long soaks in the various chemicals) and am near wits end. Any serious
>suggestions will be appreciated. (I'm working on how to use a pressure
>washer on it). 
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