Question about 1991 Ford F250
Not an injection problem, otherwise it would happen constantly, whatever the level of the fuel.
Something is wrong with the sump from that tank: it's either bended or broken. Take out the tank completely off the car and drain it; next take out the sensor and the fuel sump and clean thoroughly the tank - wash it with a high pressure nozzle then dry it completely; finally install a new sump then put the tank in. Now pour a few gallons in it and test it - the problem should be gone.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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