- Sep 30, 2003
- Woodstock, GA
I know as winter approaches it is not as much of an issue but this summer I had vapor-lock all the time. It left me stranded many times and I would have to wait hours until it was cool, usually after 8 pm, before I could start it up again. Seems like it is very common for cruisers when the temp is over 90 degrees. Does anyone know ways to fix or at least somewhat correct this problem? The fuel line, I feel, is way too close to the engine anyways. Thanks, I would love to fix this problem so that next summer I can enjoy the cruiser more.