Question about Ford F-150
When you first start your car, the pump should power up immediately, increasing pressure.
If you add gas directly to the throttle body and the engine starts for a few seconds and dies, then it probably a fuel pump or relay problem.
Intermittent problems are harder to diagnose than full blown problems.
Rocking the car could have rocked the gasoline causing a marginal fuel pump to in the sending unit area of the tank to work again.
Kind of like hitting an old tv and making it work.
Wish you luck on this repair.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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