Stalling when turning right with a 1/4 tank or less
Howdy guys, it's been a bit since I've had to reach out on here for problems, but I'm back.
Basically, I'm having stalling issues when making a hard right turn with a tank around a 1/4 full and under. I'm guessing it's a baffle issue, but I'm not positive that I may have a fuel pump problem. I haven't changed anything yet, but I did go and pick up a new fuel filter, and some seafoam to throw in the tank.
I do have a check engine light due to an o2 sensor off the back of the cat, which I picked that up too. So I'll be changing the fuel filter and o2 sensor, but I really don't think that's my issue. Is it possible I have a cracked line or fitting that could cause it to drop fuel pressure when turning? I haven't smelled anything, but I did have to drop the tank and change the fuel lines off the top of the tank a couple years back. But they're plastic up there now, so I don't think it could be corrosion there.
But it has become more of an issue now due to it dying on me when I came to a stop the other night with low fuel, and wife said it stalled the next day even after I filled it up. So now the baffles in the tank don't seem to coincide with my original thoughts. Possible that the fuel pump is going or gummed up? Seemed to all really manifest after I tried running a tank of 87 octane with ethanol through it. So before I changed a bunch of parts, I thought I'd touch base here.