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That is the tank that holds the liquid for the emissions system. Contact you local Mahindra dealer.
Posted on Aug 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A FORD EQUIPED WITH DUAL TANKS THIS YEAR MODEL HAS CHECK VALVES IN THE FUEL PUMPS .THE FUEL RUNS FROM THE REAR TANK WHEN IT IS POWERED ON TO A TEE AND INTO THE SAME LINE AS THE FRONT PUMP . THE PROBLEM IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FRONT FUEL PUMP THERE IS A CHECK VALVE ON THE FOOT AND IT IS NOT WORKING.WHILE THE TRUCK IS RUNNING WITH THE REAR FUEL PUMP ON IT IS PUMPING FUEL INTO THE FRONT TANK . IT WILL RUN OUT OF THE NECK WHEN IT IS FULL.THE FIX IS SIMPLE REPLACE THE FRONT FUEL PUMP. THEY DONT MAKE A CHECK VALVE REPLACEMENT I CHECKED I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AS YOU.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
The Fuel pump relay is a non serviceable relay ( built into the fuse panel ) in the 04-08 MY F-150s.
Did you check the Fuel Inertia switch ( in the passenger side kick panel by the fuse panel ) ?
If you are having a no fuel pressure issue, might want to take a look at the FPDM ( Fuel Pump Driver Module ) on the cross member above the spre tire ( need to drop the spare to see if ).
There is an issue with 04-07 ( 04-06 ?? ) MY trucks where the FPDM is bolted directly to the cross member, and dissimilar metal corrosion happens and builds up behind the FPDM, causing it to break.
Here are some before and after pictures from my 2006, I replaced mine for the heck of it and found that the case had cracked with ~ 51K miles on it, soon the PCB would have cracked leaving me stranded
New version of the FPDM with the stand off studs
This is the kit I got ( check that the Part Number has not been changed )
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for the tip i'll check it out. i've tried to reset the fuel cut-out but it's hard to tell if it resets and finding a test point to prove it is well.... daunting. i have no fuel pressure whatsoever and the fuel pump will not run although it will if i put 12v directly to the fuel pump motor so i know it's not the fuel pump."
Thet don't have a switching valve,the switch just turns on one pump or the other.
Ford dealer has a fix ,a short piece of line with a one way valve,just snaps on to both lines .simple install,just buy the part,they will know what you are talking about at the parts counter,
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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Before you reset the fuel pump, make sure to read all of the following instructions!!!!!
1.) Look for an access panel in the trunk, driver's side; it might even be labeled "Fuel Pump Reset".
2.) Open the compartment and press the red button. This should reset the pump.
3.) At this point it might be a good idea to "burp" the fuel tank. This will probably be the easiest thing you do all day! Just pop the cover and unscrew the gas cap, this will release any preasure built up inside the tank. As long as you're in a controled environment, go ahead and leave the cap open until you finish "Step 4". Otherwise "burp" it a couple of times while you're priming the lines.
4.) The next step is to prime the pump. In other words, make sure there is enough gas in the fuel lines to start the car. The easiest way to do this is by turning the key back and forth from the "OFF" to the "ON" position. *** Be sure not to turn all the way to the "START" position until you have performed "Step 4", at least 3 or 4 times. If you attempt to start the car before the fuel pump is properly primed, you will run a serious risk of burning out the pump. This could lead to even more costly repairs!!!
5.) Replace the gas cap before attempting ignition.
6.) Once you have reset the pump, burped the tank, primed the fuel lines, and replaced the gas cap; you should be all set! Go ahead and give it a crank, good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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