Question about 1991 Ford F250
Looks like the fuel/float pump is indeed inside the tank. There should only be one pump. Generally, you can get under the truck near the tank, and have someone turn the key to "on" (not start the truck, just turn it on), and you should hear a "whirrrrrrrrrrrrrr" noise inside the tank if the fuel pump is in there. Of course, if the fuel pump has died, it won't make any noise, so that's not always a good way to tell.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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