Question about 1995 Ford F250
There is no electric valve, here is how it works, there is a large black plastic cannister, it has what are called popit valves in it, u can ID this by all the fuel lines going to it, it is on the drivers side just aft of drivers seat under the truck, when you switch tanks the fuel pump in the tank selected is switched on and the fuel level sensor is connected to the gauge, the fuel pressure from the electric pump in the tank selected pops the valve open and delivers fuel to the engine, if u don't understand this give me a call 925-459-0571
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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