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Thanks, all, for the ideas.

Looks like I'll be checking the connections at the fuel pump, and if I don't see anything obvious it goes back to the shop.

One side benefit of all of the modifications is that the fuel pump is easily accessible without removing the fuel tank. You can see it just by looking behind the rear wheel. I had even contemplated replacing it myself. But it's the kind of job that needs to be done NOW, and I didn't have the time right at that moment to do the fixing.

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