Question about 2003 Ford E150
Just bought a 1991 Ford E150 Van. Driving home with the fuel selector on the front tank, it died, so switched to the rear tank and restarted and drove home (50 miles). No problems, ran fine. Next morning, started fine and drove 20 miles, shut the engine off for 5 Min., restarted, drove for one minute and died,...restarted and drove home OK. Replaced the front canister fuel filter last night...This morning it cranked for a while, then started...ran for a minute then died. Tried to restart but the starting action seemed rough and it never did catch hold. Any ideas??? Thanks Guys
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