Question about Ford F-150
Personally William McCoy...
I'd PROMPTLY take the truck down to the DEALER...
or local FIREHOUSE and get an EXPLOSION ASSESSMENT.
Anything like parking it next to or inside your house is incredibly dangerous...
Ford Dealers have (or should have) colored smoke generators to find VAPOR leaks.
Doing anything other than treating this as an incredible THREAT to your safety, health & wellness... is
INCREDIBLY POOR & ILL-ADVISED... !
Posted on Dec 19, 2016
Check the lines from the engine to the tank. Were the metal clips on top of the injectors put back on. You might have to pull the plenum back off to see if is leaking under it. Sorry to say, I have seen mechanics not put the clips back on. The clips are there to keep the injector from being pushed up in the fuel rail and not letting bottom seal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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