Question about 1995 Ford F150 Styleside Regular Cab
My sons truck we bought used knowing the front fuel tank pump wasn't working. We are now on the third fuel pump in the front tank. Each one has started out working fine. Went through a whole tank of fuel on the 2nd fuel pump. Now the third pump is acting up the same way. The truck bed has been removed to allow for in use testing. Electrical supply appears to be consistent. 13.3 volts when working properly (50psi) and 13.3 volts when inadequate fuel pressure(20psi or less). I'm not sure how these fuel pumps operate. But I'm suspecting that the fuel pump in the rear tank has been the cause of the problem. Due to the feed-back fuel system I'm curious if the rear tanks fuel pump may be loosing its ability to check the fuel pressure when it is not the operating pump. Can anyone explain the operation or have any ideas. Thanks, Scott McCarter
My idea, the pumps are working agianst each other. what is the line pressure supposed to be? I think the rear pump is burning the new pumps up. is the rear pump running when the front pump is running? Let me know MrrodneyLong@gmail.com
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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