Question about 1990 Ford F150
My 86 ford dided and would not restart just before plowing my driveway in -35 deg weather made for a great time anyway i towed it into gurage and noticed that i had barely a trickle of gas coming out of the fuel presure schrader valve and put a new pressure pump in line and checked the draw pump from the rear tank and it was pushing fuel ok then went to restart and found my plugs were flooded so i put a new set in and it ran but was running very rich and missing bad it is running so poor i cant be near it or my eyes burn. i ohmed the injectors and they all are the same or very close.i am still leaning to an injector wide open any ideas
First try the fuel regulator make sure it isn't leaking and dumping fuel through the vacuum line. it is on the fuel rail near the rear of the engine. Also make sure the ground cable from the battery to the engine block is nice and tight this will cause a flooding condition
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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