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Is there a on and off switch for the fuel tank

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NO there is no on off switch.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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I have an 88 f250 when i flip tanks to front tank it dies i know there is fuel in the tank and i know that the fuel pump works so what else could it be


BLOCKED LINE. OR ITS NOT SWITCH OVER LIKE YOU THINK IT IS.. ALSO VAPOR LOCK ALSO.. MORE THAN LIKELY THE SWITCH IS NOT SWITCH THE PUMP OVER.. MAKE SURE THEIR IS POWER GOING TO THE SWITCH PUMP UNDERNEATH. VOLT METER.. OR A SIMPLE TEST LIGHT.. HAVE SOMEONE SWITCH IT WHILE DOWN UNDER NEATH CHECK THE PWR. ON THE GOOD SIDE AND THEN TRY TO OTHER SIDE AND SEE IF PWR IS THERI...

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Just purchased a 97 chev 3500 series pu with dual fuel tanks. Don't know how to switch from front to rear tank. there is no switch


There is no switch. What you have is a "transfer pump" that moves fuel from the rear tank to the front tank as required, so that you get a smooth declining indication of fuel left on the gauge in the dash.

If the transfer pump goes bad, any fuel in the rear tank will not be pumped to the front tank so you'll only be running on the front tank.

The fuel level indicator is on the front tank, so the gauge will still accurately register the amount of fuel in the front tank.

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Something is going wrong with my feul system. I put it on the front tank and it works a little then it acts like I am getting no feul. I switch to the back tank and it works better. The back tank is...


It could be the valve,that switches the tanks,or the fuel pump in that tank you are having the problem with,it is most likely the fuel pump in that tank that is the problem.If this was helpful,please rate,thank you.

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Front fuel tank not working properly


Your truck has a mechanical switch that may not be working. Check it for power and ground.

One of the problems with 2 tanks is a lot of folks only run off of one and then you can get a sludge build up and could have a plugged pick up line.
Try this remove the fuel cap for the front tank.
Disconnect the front tank fuel line from the switch valve.
If you are not getting a good flow of fuel using low pressure air no more than 25 to 40 PSI blow back into the tank.
Now do you have fuel flow?
Your switch valve may be plugged on the front tank side - If you are getting fuel to the switch valve and not through it I would replace the valve.
You may also have a bad dash switch
Hope this helps Please leave a testimonial if it does
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Scott

Mar 11, 2010 | 1982 Ford F 250

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I can't get the fuel to the engine from rear tank only


Does this have three fuel pumps? One in each tank and one on the frame rail. I know it at least has one in each tank. It doesn't have an electric switch valve. It has a mechanical one that makes sure the fuel returns to the right tank. When you flip the tank switch the power switches to the pump in the other tank.

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1985 classC 350 econoline motorhome


Either the fuel line from the front tank to the switching valve is plugged or kinked, or the valve is not moving all the way to that tank (if electrically switched). Pull the hose (from that tank) off at the valve--do you get good fuel flow? If the front tank is lower than the valve, try switching the fuel lines from the two tanks at the valve, and set the switch for the rear tank. If it now runs, clean the valve or replace it.

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F150 302. two tanks. tank #1 was running low.


Could be a clogged fuel filter for tank 1 or could be the fuel pump for tank 1..

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Jul 14, 2009 | 1988 Ford F 150

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When I switch from my front fuel tank to my rear tank gas stops


There is no selector valve on a 1995 ford f150 300 engine. The selector switch on the dash sends power to the pump in the selected tank. The pump then sends fuel to the engine. If engine won't run on the selected switch, the pump in that tank needs replaced.

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Fuel Tanks reversed , Gauge not reading?


The Ford trucks were recalled for the tank switch replacement. Somehow the switches would pump fuel from one tank to the other. This would cause the one tank to overflow and or result in a fire from hot exhaust temps coming into contact with the fuel. Check the dash tank switch. It is probably bad.

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