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pump you are referring to is the fuel primer/air bleed pump when you replace the fuel filter. Try using a fuel or gallon container and feed fuel directly on the injection pump by gravity. what is the mileage of your pickup? the fuel pump is inside the injection pump. After fuel feeding the pump thru gravity and it corrects the problem, you may have a leaky fuel filter or hoses.
90 Ford Bronco II: You have to put it in whichever gear you want it in before you start it or it wont shift at all. Then once you are going its extremely hard to shift into the other gears. Reverse is the only gear that sounds like its grinding.
Resetting can help sometimes and this can be done by disconnecting the battery for 3-5 minutes and if that doesn't fix the problem then it's more than a computer issue and more likely a leaking injector
stop shifting so hard. your reverse gear is the same exact gear as your first, so if you shift hard and grind that gear a little then reverse will be harder to get into. you probably need your transmission rebuilt the harder your engine has to work the more its going to bogg down