Question about Ford F-100
No other pumps, just the one on the timing cover, there should be a filter, if you've changed that disconnect the fuel line at the pump from the tank and place a finger on the fuel pump where the hose was and have the engine cranked over to see if the pump is sucking, the diaphragm inside the pump could be damaged and the pump needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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