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Where is fuel pump on 1991 f-150?

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Your fuel pump should be in-tank for a 91 F150. To access it, you will likely need to drop the tank.

You should verify, however, that there are no ignition problems before considering the fuel pump and always remember to replace the fuel filter with the pump if it does turn out to be the pump.

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