Question about 1990 Ford Econoline
Can find the sensor for the fuel gauge.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This sensor is located on the left side of the transmission. It is the switch just below the shift cable.
To change it,you need to block the wheels and jack the left front side up.This is to gain access. Apply the park brake and shift the unit into neutral. On the side of the transmission, disconnect the shift cable and the bracket. Unplug the electrical connector. At this point,there are two bolts holding the switch to the side of the transmission. Remove them and pull the switch away from the side of the transmission.
You can reverse the order to reinstall. The only other step is to align the switch to the neutral position before you tighten the two mounting bolts. Ford has a tool #T92P-70010-AH that does this. They are available through aftermarket tool companies and can be rented from some parts houses. Some people can line up the marks on the switch. I prefer the line up tool,that takes out the guess work.
The switch has a list price from $100-$150. You maybe able to get it cheaper from other manufactures.
I hope this helps.Drop me a line if you need any other information. Thanks,Chuck
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Theres 2 pumps one in the tank, lift pump, and one in the chassis rail under the driver side. The one in the tank is cheap, the one in the rail is not. The one in the tank only produces low pressure to prime the main pump and if it is broken, may not cause that much of an issue except when starting. the one in the rail is a no-start if it fails. The idea is that the rail pump can supply high pressure for the injectors, so a fuel pressure test at the injector rail will determine which pump is playing up. Hope that helps Tim
Posted on May 26, 2010
The fuel pump inertia switch that shuts off the pump in the case of an accident or impact is located under the right side of dash I have also
found them behind the right kick panel. There is also a fuel pump
shutoff relay under the hood on the left firewall, and a relay on the
right fender apron behind a plastic cover. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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