Everything looked like it did under the truck, so I got started. Once you replace this part, you equalize the pressure of the sending unit to it's destination and might also notice improved efficiency depending on the condition of the old selector as was my case. To make it easier remove the under valve cover harness. Detailed instructions are not reproduced here but are included in each kit. My truck is a 1995 7. Thanks for the help, pjwoolw! Pulled a switch from upullit, but had a different end on it, just my luck.
Another crazy thing about it was that the truck seemed to run smoother after the valve was replaced. Install a new black hairpin clip on 1990 and 1991 model year vehicles. Tighten the fuel filler hose clamp to 4 Nm 35 lb-in. Or did some one make a kit so you could open the side windows? Their is a paper telling you where they go the pink one's a little tricky be carefull with that one. Install to bore making sure it's all the way down If you cant start the hold down bolt it's not all the way down If you can start the bolt it will aide in pulling down the injector tighten to spec. If you've changed address or sold the vehicle. What does Extended Coverage Program 01M05 cover?.
The Rear Tank Fuel Gauge Sender signal is transmitted to the Switch, and then to the Instrument Cluster. My one greyhound goes with us everywhere and loves to put his nose out the window. This coverage will automatically transfer to subsequent owners. And use only the rear tank ans get rid of this pain in the rear. Remove and discard the fuel pressure regulator, gasket and O-ring seal from the fuel rail manifold.
Make sure to put oil or trans gel on o'rings before installing into bore. To do this their are two plugs in the head in between the injectors. . Inspect the nylon fuel return line for kinking. I took the truck to Ford. Today we checked the filter and it was ok. For past several months, the truck is taking fuel only from the rear tank and not using any fuel from the front at all, even though the selector switch is switched to Front tank.
I'd like to know if it's going to work or not before investing. Wish I had a donor truck to pick parts from, local upullit only have gas fords, which have an electronic fuel pump, so different way of switching tanks. To my surprise, when I took it down to the station to get some fuel in the front tank that I hadn't been able to use, it was completely full! Should this occur, the capacity of the receiving tank may be exceeded and fuel may overflow from the filler cap. Now unless my wife filled it up by mistake and won't fess up to it, that's about the only conclusion I could come up with on how the fuel got in there! Are you sure the front tank was full, not calling u a liar, but did u test it or try putting more diesel in it? This part is located on the frame near the driver's side door. If so pump is good if not then its probably bad or a blockage of some sort has occured. The cyl head has oil and fuel in them. No need to remove the one by the exhaust manifold.
So how does the fuel go from rear tank to mid tank? I missed 2 days of work and dont know what to do. My truck is a 1995 7. It would transfer completely to the rear tank, but would not transfer completly to the front tank, it would still take some fuel from the rear tank. The rear tank feeding excess gas to the front tank or vice versa is a common problem among dual tank f150's. Offensive comments will result in a warning. Follow all instructions in each kit carefully.
These will surely be revised as time goes on but for now here are some simple rules: 1. Any help is greatly appreciated. Vehicle experienced an oil leak. Do any of you have any experience with these or have any other recommendations before I buy? Three warnings will result in a ban. Connect the fuel supply line to the external check valve. All the hardware stores will charge you excess of 200 dollars for this part.
Everything was identical to the original with the exception of the wiring harness pigtail, which was considerably wider than the port on the new valve. I'm wondering if it might have been stuck partially closed or something and wasn't getting good fuel flow or something which might explain how the fuel got in the other tank. Then I could work on them. What is the no charge coverage program? Raise the vehicle on a hoist. It depends on several points of info.