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1995 F150 (6 cyl) has duel tank fuel issue

The rear tank bleeds fuel into the front. I can't get gas into the front tank because of a filler neck issue, but after I drive out a full rear tank I can switch to the front for an hour or so. How can I fix it? And is there any way to change the way the tanks are linked and make them independant with an external switch?

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    i just replaced a fuel tank filler neck that was rusted out an I am not getting proper acceleration and pick up, the exhaust is back firing.

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To fix the problem you need to replace the switch valve on the frame rail. They shouldn't bleed into one another. When the system is working right they are independent and controlled by the switch on the dash.

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