Question about 1989 Ford F 250
Need special tool?
can I check for clogging in situ?
The filter is located approx under the driver on the inside of the frame rail, I think you have plastic fuel line retaining clips in this year, so no tool required. see photo
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I have a '89 F250. I re placed the fuel pump in the forward tank. Fuel pumps but does not reach the injection system ans stalls. I switch tanks to the rear and it works. The truck runs on rear tank only.What's up?
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
1990 F250. are the fuel lines 5/16 or 3/8?
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It's down on the drivers inside frame rail. You will need a couple of wrenches. 5/8 & 13/16. I believe.
Some of them came with special "pressure" fittings that require a special tool, but it was different within the same year/manufacturer date. I would check it and if there are strange black or white plastic clips you will have to go to the parts store and ask them for the tool. It should be relatively inexpensive. Thanks.
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