Thursday night I was at the track and just finished a run and I was heading back to the pit area when the car stumbled and died. It re-fired and died again. I had another racer look into the carb while I cranked and there was no fuel. So I disconnected the fuel line running from the pump to the carb and it was dry. I figured it was the fuel pump and I ended up towing the car home and went out the next morning and it fired up then died again and would not re-fire. I pulled the line from the pump again and it was dry. I took the line and aimed it at the ground and cranked the car and I got nothing to come out. Pulled the line from the tank to the fuel pump and it's full. I took the pump off and took it apart and everything looks fine in it. Like I said it's almost new. I blew the fuel line from the tank out thinking it may have crud in it and blew out all the vents inside the pump re-installed everything and It still won't fire. I pulled the fuel line again from the pump and it's bone dry. Specs, Almost full tank. Edelbrock fuel pump. 1 year old but less than 500 miles on it. Edelbrock 1406 carb that has run perfectly for 2 years. LA 360 Before I buy a new fuel pump I'm wondering if you good folks have any ideas.