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Inside the gas tank. you have to unbolt the two straps holding your tank in place, remove all hoses and wires. pull the tank out from under the van, unbolt the sending unit (normally by blots, or lockring) and pull entire sending unit out. the pump is attached to the sending unit.
Hello. They are located in the fuel tanks. I say tanks plural because it's a 350 Club. There is also a pressurized pump on the frame rail just to the inside of the frame, just about under the driver's seat, if it is equipped with dual tanks. It's a rare occasion that one cannot run the van without prior notice of a tank mounted pump going bad. I'd try the fuel interrupter switch located in the passenger's side kick panel before anything else. Push the button top to reset it and then try starting the van. If the vehicle has suffered a jolt, large pot hole, bump etc...
When you switch tanks can you see what the correct amount of gas is in the that forward tank? Can you verify that the fuel-pump inside the forward tank is coming on? A common problem for fords are the selector switch units. But you want to make sure you narrow it down enough so you don't buy the wrong part. Let me know how it is going.
85 ford 350 econoline van with 460 engine and duel tanks, lost prime on both tanks, cannot get gas up to inlet on carb, it happen after having shot work on vaccum lines, i can't hear the pumps in the tanks making a buzzing noise, i hear a click when i switch from front tank to the rear tank , somewhere under the hood, on the driver side front fender, what is the next step.
did you try taking the pumps out and trying them individualy? cuz they myt b broken.. and besides you dont need to put more gas cuz you should hear them turn on especialy with the tank open./ . . . . cuz if all the wires are ok, its gota be a prob with the pums. . and you do have an old van. . 8)