Question about 1990 Ford F150
When I switch to the rear tank, the fuel gauge does start to move to indicate fuel in the rear tank but then the vehicle stalls. There is fresh fuel in the tank but the truck will not run when I switch to the rear tank. The switch is good and the fuse is not blown. Is there a pump or some thing that is defective, and if so where is it located. I was told the pump is in the tank, and it will have to be dropped. I hope there is a simpler solution. Thanks. Walt
That is correct the puel pums are located in the tank. Before getting upset check to see if the fuel pump relays are good by swapping them and see if the problem follows. Next select the tank you want to use and listen for the associated fuel pump to come on. I hope this helps. Don,t forget to rate my answer, thanks.
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