Question about 1990 Ford F250
Have disconnected and plugged every vacuum line I can find one at a time. No change, fuel pressure seems constant at 35# HELP!
Having owned and fixed many Fords, I have a few thoughts for you.
1- run some gas line anti-freeze through it, the methyl hydrate can clean a lot of crap out. 2- Fuel inject. / carb.cleaner. 3- new air filter. 4- new fuel filter. 5- It's not very likely, but if the other fixes don't work, you could do a rad flush, improper heating/cooling can do strange things. Also, smell the oil, if there's a gas smell that could mean a variety of things, some bad, some not. Hope one of these works for you. Grimm
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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