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I need to learn how to adjust the fuel injector pump on a 1986 ford e350 cargo van that has a 6.9liter diesel engine

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Your fuel pump would be located in the gas tank. It is mounted on the pick-up tube/sending unit assembly.

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    INDIRA KUMAR Sep 29, 2009

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