Question about 1984 Ford F 150
I believe that engine has a Carburetor on it. It should have a HOLLY 4-barrel on it and if you take the engine cover off and look at the front of the carburetor you will see a medal line going to it and it will screw into a 1 inch fitting. Remove the line and fitting and then you will see the FILTER behind the fitting.
It may also have an inline filter somewhere in the engine compartment. I would also look around the FUEL TANK / Tanks for a filter too. There is 1 for sure in the CARBURETOR
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
It will be on the inside of one of the frame rails underneath the truck.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Your choke should have a spring at the bottom under a little cover with a rod coming up and connecting to the butterfly for the choke. Usually this get a little corroded and sticks, you need to clean the pieces so that they rotate freely and the rod will move up and down. It is adjusted on some models by bending the rod to make it longer or shorter. When you push down the gas pedal for the first time in the morning it should set the choke, test this by opening the throttle while its cold out, once the throttle is opened the choke should close, once the engine is running there is a vacuum operated linkage that should pull it back some, until the engine is warm. Again if this worked before, its probably dirty so a good cleaning is in order. Hope this helps, let me know
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Acording with 1984 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 5.0L 4BL OHV 8CYL - REPAIR GUIDE, This system incorporates a bleed in the pressure regulator which automatically relieves pressure any time the engine is turned off, but a small amount of fuel may be released when the fuel line is disconnected.
To reduce the chance of personal injury, cover the fuel line with a shop cloth to collect the fuel, and then place the cloth in an approved container.
The Fuel Filter is located under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted in fuel inlet line connected to carburetor.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2011
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