Locatation of fuel pump 82 ford f-250. 460 engine
Actually, even in 1982 Ford produced fuel injected vehicles. They used electric pumps, rarther than the mechanical one r_clark is referring to. So, the question is, is it fuel injected, or is it carbureted? If it's carubureted, r_clark is correct. The timing cover is on the front of the motor as you are facing it. If you look behind the large main pulley at the bottom front of the motor you'll see an oval shaped cover. That metal oval cover is the timing chain cover. Look to the left of it, still facing the front of the engine and you should see the fuel pump if you have a carbureter. If, on the other hand you have throttle body injection, the Ford F250 uses two electric fuel pumps. One is a low pressure pump which is inside the fuel tank, the other is the high pressure pump which is mounted on the vehicle's frame. That one will normally be located just in front of the tank on the inside rail of the frame assembly. It looks like a large cylinder mounted on a bracket with wires going to it. If you see a cylinder that just has a fuel input and output line with no wires, that is an inline filter, not the pump.
Also, keep in mind if you are asking about the pump because you are not getting fuel, you might want to check to see if you have a large canister style filter down there on the frame. If that's plugged, you won't get adequate fuel!
Jan 23, 2009 |
1982 Ford F 250