Question about Ford F-150
NEED A SPECIAL TOOL TO RELEASE THE FUEL LINES CAN BUY IT FROM AUTOPARTS STORE
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ford f-150 lariat super crew
hey very frustrating i know mine does the same it looks to me that the problem is revolving around the throttle body or the tps throttle positioning sensor i was looking at all the postings on here sounds legit
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: low gas mileage
The fuel filter should be located on the inside of left frame rail. It is an inline filter that may require a "quick disconnect tool" to remove. Bear in mind that the fuel line remains pressurized with the engine and key off, so take caution when removing the filter. As far as lowered fuel mileage is concerned, along with the suggestions from emissionwiz, you may try a tune up and or replacing the air filter. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Remove gas cap and relieve fuel system pressure from fuel rail pressure relieve valve.Then you will want a drain pan of course. Before you can remove the fuel line, you will have to buy the cheap plastic quick-connect fuel line removal tool that fits your car. Or buy a universal pack for like $5. Then you press the plastic tool inside the fitting and pull on the other side and it disconnects instantly. then grab the new filter and the lines will just click right back in.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: change the inline fuel filter
relief fuel pressure.remove air intake duct .the dohc engine remove the fresh air hose inlet hose from cam shaft cover.disconnect large under hood fuel line.near intake manifold support bracket on the left side of vehicle. look under vechicle where gas tank is there is a fuel filter with disconnects.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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