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I have a 89 ford f 150 lariet

It starts fine and runs but only for a few minutes. replaced fuel pump, filter,
pressure regulator valve. i would let it sit for a while and start it up and it dies again after a few minutes still.... i dont know what it can be.

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  • bobpimpez Mar 10, 2009

    i have a 89 lariet and it starts up fine but after few mins it shuts off and then i have to let it sit for 5 mins before it starts back up i think it is the fuel pump or fuel filter

  • bobpimpez Mar 10, 2009

    I have an 89 lariet and it has all the same problems i thinking about changing the pump and filter and i leaning towards cleaning the tanks

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    Fuel pump surges on and off

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Ignition module is suspect here...good luck

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