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small-list Digest Sat, 22 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 056

In This Issue:
Gauges Inop 96 F-150
Bro II in tank pump
Re: Bro II in tank pump
Re: Bro II in tank pump
ADMIN: Web site updates

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From: "Daniel Doherty" bellsouth.net>
Subject: Gauges Inop 96 F-150
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 23:29:18 -0400

Hello all. I am posting this for a friend of mine who does not have access
to this list.

He is a contractor who has a 96 F-150 work truck with 300 6 cyl. and auto
trans. Mileage in the high 80's. None of his gauges work including the
speedometer. We have been through the fuse box and all are OK. All gauges
were working fine up until a few months ago and Poof they just quit. The
dealer says its a simple fix but of course they won't share the details with
us.

At the risk of repeating an old thread, I have gone through the list
archives and cannot decide if this later model truck has a constant voltage
unit or not. I don't look forward to pulling the cluster to find out. If
anybody has similar experience we would really appreciate the help. You may
contact me privately if you wish.

Regards,

Dan Doherty
Jacksonville, FL

1997 Ford Explorer XLT 5.0 62k
1995 Mercedes-Benz E320 69k





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From: "Brian A" hotmail.com>
Subject: Bro II in tank pump
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 17:54:42 GMT

I have gotten my truck running around quite well now but still have one
serious problem. the in-tank pump has started causing me problems. I am
not running it but it will occasionally get in position while i am pulling
through it to cut my fuel supply to nearly zero.

Does anyone know exactly how much pressure an 87 FI Bro II in tank ran at?
I am using a carter 9 psi in the frame with a regulator and gauge under the
hood to drop back to 5.5. would it over-power my carter?

thanks guys
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From: "Stephen Bozzone" rockzone.com>
Subject: Re: Bro II in tank pump
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 20:42:30 -0400

I don't believe the one inline pump provides enough pressure. With Fuel
Injection you need the in tank pump to get it. Do you have hesitation
problems? What sort of fuel pressure are you getting? It should be around
40 psi.

Good luck,

Stephen Bozzone
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From: Brian A hotmail.com>
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Subject: [small-list] Bro II in tank pump


> I have gotten my truck running around quite well now but still have one
> serious problem. the in-tank pump has started causing me problems. I am
> not running it but it will occasionally get in position while i am pulling
> through it to cut my fuel supply to nearly zero.
>
> Does anyone know exactly how much pressure an 87 FI Bro II in tank ran at?
> I am using a carter 9 psi in the frame with a regulator and gauge under
the
> hood to drop back to 5.5. would it over-power my carter?
>
> thanks guys
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From: "Brian A" hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Bro II in tank pump
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 01:04:34 GMT




>>
>I don't believe the one inline pump provides enough pressure. With Fuel
>Injection you need the in tank pump to get it. Do you have hesitation
>problems? What sort of fuel pressure are you getting? It should be around
>40 psi.
>
>


I forgot to mention my set-up. I had a 2.9L in it and swapped in a 302
carb. in its place. it is no longer fuel injected. I only need to know the
in-tank fuel pump pressure from factory. i really dont want to pull my tank
and remove it



http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www2.webshoppe.net/users/briana/pictures.htm


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Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 23:54:07 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: Web site updates

The Ford Truck Enthusiasts web site has been updated:

- New top of page banner through-out the site. I think you'll really like it.

- Pictorial additions (marked with a star in the pictorial)
1950 F1
1961 F100
1986 F150 Lariet
1993 Ranger Splash - V8
1997 F150

- New articles added:
Ford 9 inch rear end rebuild by James Oxley

- Link additions
Xtreme Motorsports added to Monster trucks
South Central Illinois Ford Club added to clubs
Bloodog added to late model section of links
Flatratetech added to Ford trucks section of links



Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts
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