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Vapor lock can be caused by many different things, all coming down to the same root cause: too much heat in the fuel feed lines.
Low fuel pressure can cause the amount of heat needed to vapor lock to be lower than normal, so checking fuel pressure is important. Fuel pump going out feels a lot like vapor lock.
Engine overheat can also cause vapor lock. Clogged fuel filter can cause vapor lock. The fuel line should be routed away from the exhaust system.
Posted on Feb 29, 2016
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