Question about 1987 Ford F 150
Problems 1 & 2 - Pump/Float assembly.
After 22 years, things get rusty and seize, since there is a double fuel system problem, the most likely culprit is in the tank, and usually after this many years (not always miles), its the pump and float.
As for 3. 22 years of wear, tear and rust. Trace the brake lines and find the wet spots. As the braking system is a sealed system, its quite dangerous to continue to operate a vehicle with some form of puncture or leak, as it can cause air locks and cease functionality of the brakes. There is a good chance that somewhere along the lines there is a worn seal, line or connector that is leaking. Follow the lines from the master cylinder, find the wet spot and replace the connector, seal or line that is worn as needed.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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