Question about 1992 Ford F150 SuperCab
My fuel pressure regulator was shot..(I didn't know so I didn't change it)
My fuel pressure was huge and caused my fuel pump in rear tank to die..(changed it).
Tried to start the truck and it just turned over and over and wouldn't start.(too much fuel pressure I'm guessing caused it to flood).
I changed the regulator finally and there is lotsa spark . fuel pressure is good but the engine is so flooded there's gas in the oil...Is it too flooded to start now and if so how do I clean it out and get it to be (un-flooded)?
sounds bad, I would drain the oil and leave it over night to drip out so it is completely dry, leave all oil caps an anything that will allow air in off the truck.
Do you have a compressor or air line you could use to blast air through the engine. if this is diesel fuel then it will take much longer to evaporate if this is gas/petrol then over night should do it.
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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