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Hello kraven, the best way I know how to do this is: 1st. disconnect the positive cable from the battery, 2nd., block wheels and jack up passenger side, secure vehicle with a jack stand. 3rd. crawl under the seating area and right in front of the gas tank is the fuel filter.MAKE SURE YOU HAVE EYE PROTECTION! have a small bucket or container, follow the fuel line and release the clamp on the front of the filter,SLOWLY loosen the clamp enough to catch the fuel, once the pressure is released your set to go! one thing I forgot to mention, remove the gas cap before jacking up the car. SAFETY FIRST!!!
Fuel system may be contaminated. Even if you drain tank it will have water in the injectors. Take a can of starting fluid, have some one turn over engine. Spray a small amount in throttle body. IF engine starts suspect water still in injectors. You may have to repeat several times to clear out. ALSO there is a small valve on fuel line. IT is where you would hook a fuel pressure gauge. YOU can bleed the water out at that point. You can open valve and turn key on and off several times, place a rag over check valve as fuel will spray out! Close valve try and start car
This is for a 1989 Ford F150 In-Line 6-Cylinder (4.9L) wrongly posted by the Asker under a 1986 Ford Mustang....
Fuel Injector Pressure Regulator. Look it up on line at any of the reputable auto parts websites to get an idea what it looks like.
There should be a Rubber Vacuum Line coming from this (the Regulator is located on the Fuel Line prior to the Fuel Injectors) to the Intake. Take this Line OFF. If there is gas in that line = The Fuel Injector Pressure Regulator diaphram is broken and the Fuel is being dumped into the Intake and NOT being advanced onto the Fuel Injectors; and the Regulator must be replaced.
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you have to first remove your gas tank. once it is removed it simply screws into the top of the tank. The pump itself is inside the tank. It may look like you need a special tool, however you can do it with a hammer and a screwdriver. Or if you have, them a big pair of channel locks.
The fuel filter on a '93 Plymouth Acclaim is located on the underside of the car. It will be on the passenger side roughly between the back seat and fuel tank area. It is held on to the frame of the car with a single bolt and a clamp.
it should have a guard where it goes into the tank to prevent people from stealing gas. my recommendation is A. try a long skinnier hose and dip it down as far as possible and then retrieve it and see if the end is wet with fuel. B. drop the fuel tank.