Question about 1988 Ford Econoline
Could be a fuel pump although they normally only hum very briefly and change to a clicking sound that means they are maintaining fuel line pressure that was built up quickly when the ignition is turned on.
BTW; pumping the gas pedal is a good way to flood the engine; if the choke is still operational, pressing the pedal once to the floor and then releasing it should set the choke and enrich the air-fuel mix for starting. If the engine get flood, holding the gas pedal to the floor will help dry out the plugs so they can fire again.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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