Question about 1990 Ford F150
Well there are many things that can affect that. Firstly check the fuses for the open that says 'fuel' it leads to the fuel pump if that is good then pull off the fuel line going to the carb, throttle body, injector which ever it may have then try and start the truck if fuel sprays out then you knwo your good till there. If there is no fuel you either have a crushed fuel line or abad fuel pump.
If there is fuekl then your local filter is totally plugged.
try that all first and if you have no luck there ar other things to try.
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Apr 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
The size of the engine alone will not
determine gas mileage. There are many other
factors including vehicle weight, design of the motor, etc. So in answer to
question 1, size isn't going to matter.
For question #2, make sure you change the
oil, oil filter, air filter and keep the tires inflated to recommended specs.
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