Question about Ford E350
Slight noise from in tank fuel pump, van only has 43K on the clock.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove the fuel line from the carb, put it into a bottle, crank the engine, If the bottle has fuel in it the fuel pump is working properly, if not, check the filter, and the fuel lines to the tank!!!
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Could be battery, starter or coolant sensor.
It is hard to understand / get across engine noises with words so difficult to diagnose over the net but try to push start the car and let me know if it starts ok with a push. Also, maybe try a jump start, preferably using a circuit protector if you have one.
Let me know results of the above.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
Testimonial: "Very good results. Diagnosed the issue with 2 questions."
The fuel pump relay and the oil pressure switch as well. The oil pressure switch runs power to the fuel pump when you first start it
When the oil pressure reaches operating range the relay takes over
They are both inexpensive so replace both of these parts to be safe and kill two birds with one stone. If one goes out the other will soon enough
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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