Question about 1995 Ford F350
Adding details will get you a faster solution from expertsI have dropped the fuel tank and the fuel pump is ready to be removed which hose do I remove first
Remove and tag or label all hoses, so you know where they go back on.
Pull tank out from under truck, and take a wooden dowel or punch (careful of sparks) and tap the lock ring around till it can be removed. Now you can pull the pump unit from the tank.. At least, this is how you did it on older vehicles. If yours has a little different procedure, get advice, or figure it out. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Pump - 2000 Ford Mustang
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Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: 2001 ford focus fuel pump
Yes you do. Be careful of the plastic fuel supply line when you reinstall the assembly. The hose can kink, and you will not have fuel pressure.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
To gain access to the fuel pump, it is necessary to remove the fuel tank.
Posted on May 27, 2009
it should have a guard where it goes into the tank to prevent people from stealing gas. my recommendation is A. try a long skinnier hose and dip it down as far as possible and then retrieve it and see if the end is wet with fuel. B. drop the fuel tank.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Theres 2 pumps one in the tank, lift pump, and one in the chassis rail under the driver side. The one in the tank is cheap, the one in the rail is not. The one in the tank only produces low pressure to prime the main pump and if it is broken, may not cause that much of an issue except when starting. the one in the rail is a no-start if it fails. The idea is that the rail pump can supply high pressure for the injectors, so a fuel pressure test at the injector rail will determine which pump is playing up. Hope that helps Tim
Posted on May 26, 2010
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