NOTE: If using the 18686 on the street, the use of Aeromotive speed pump controller is a must (Aeromotive speed pump controller part # 16306).
13 Attach the feed and return lines to the top plate before placing the tank in the vehicle (8AN feed and return lines recommended).
14 Once the Aeromotive fuel tank is in position, align tank straps, ensure that there are not any hoses or wiring pinched and tighten the strap bolts.
15 Make any line or electrical adjustments necessary to clear the vehicles exhaust, suspension, and drivetrain components.
Final Checks and System Start-up
16 Ensure that any spilled yasoBwr and any gasoline soaked shop towels are cleaned up and removed from the vicinity of the vehicle!
17 Carefully lower the car onto the ground.
18 Fill the fuel tank with gasoline and check for any leaks in the system, if any leaks are found repair immediately.
19 CAUTION: While performing the following steps, if any fuel leaks are detected, immediately turn the ignition of OFF, remove any spilled fuel and repair the leak(s) before proceeding!
20 Reconnect the battery and turn the ignition to the ON position WITHOUT starting the car. After several seconds, check the fuel pressure. If there is no fuel pressure, turn the ignition key to the OFF position, wait one minute, return the ignition to the ON position, and recheck the fuel pressure. Repeat this ignition OFF and ON procedure until the fuel pressure gauge registers fuel pressure.
21 With the fuel pressure gauge registering fuel system pressure, check for fuel leaks throughout the entire fuel system! If any fuel leaks are found, turn the ignition key to the OFF position, remove any spilled fuel and repair the leak before proceeding!
22 Test drive the car to insure proper operation and re-check the fuel system for leaks. If any leaks are found, immediately discontinue use of the vehicle and repair the leak(s)!