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2006 Fuel Pumps

I understand if the part# on the pump is not (1S3-13907-02-00) then you have the early 06' faulty fuel pump. Mine ends in "02" but does not have the (-00) afterward. I am experiencing a fuel boiling issue after the engine gets really hot. Once I remove the gas cap I can see the fuel bubbling in there and I have to leave the cap off until it stops. Have tried several different gas caps with no change. Fuel pump time? I attached a pic of mine.

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Do you have the heat shield underneath the gas tank still in place? Mine boiled one time on a very slow trail years ago, has not done it since and I have not gone back on that trail either. That is a scary feeling knowing you are boiling/bubbling gas for sure.
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Do you have the heat shield underneath the gas tank still in place? Mine boiled one time on a very slow trail years ago, has not done it since and I have not gone back on that trail either. That is a scary feeling knowing you are boiling/bubbling gas for sure.
I do have the factory heat shield in place, and it still has the reflective heat material on the underside. I am going to out reflect-a-gold on it to help it even more I hope. Funny you mention that, I was travelling slow when it was bubbling.

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Thank you. Just a follow up to this thread.

The ambient temperature has been increasing here in FL (obviously) and I have not had a fuel boiling issue since even traveling slow. Stock cap is installed, and I completely covered the tank shield in the reflect-a-gold foil and it seems to have eliminated all problems. Cool!
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