Question about Ford F-150
Bad fuel pump. I've had dual tank pumps down more times than I care to count on F-Series trucks. Every time I've looked for ANYTHING else it could be besides a pump, and of COURSE, everyone's solution initialy is "Hmmmm, let me FILL UP THE TANK first". So yes, I have to drop a FULL fuel tank, change the pump, and loose 4 gallons on my shop floor. Repeat once a week for 15 years. And in 15 years, I've never NOT had a "hey, this thing stalls when I hit "X" fuel position" be anything less than the worst case situation... A full tank and a bad pump. the Stick
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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