I had to cut the new fuel line pretty short to make sure it wouldn't interrupt the smooth operation of the level sensor.
The symptoms you describe sound very similar to my brother's. It drove, then died... then started a while later and wouldn't start the next time he parked it. We did check to make sure the pump was getting power (it was), then ordered the new Walbro pump. It took me a couple of hours. The 90-degree fittings (check valve) came out much easier than they did in my 9000 a few years ago when that one went out.
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