Question about 1991 Ford F150
Whe I travel from 0-35 mph, my truck starts to die like it's out of fuel. I have to press the accelerator a couple of times to keep it alive. I have replaced the fuel filter but nothing. I think it's the pump but don't know where it is located.
The fuel pumps are in the tanks. you can drop the tanks or take the bed off. once you get to the top of the tank you use a hammer and a screwdriver to turn the 4 inch lockring and pull the pump/sending unit out . does it act like this on both tanks or just one?
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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