We’ll Show You How to Swap Out the Fuel Pump On Your Ford F-150
Given how many miles it’s possible to put on a Ford F-150, it makes sense that, after a while, many of its parts will need to be replaced. Wiper blades, brake pads, tires…and the fuel pump.
It can be the start of a bad time. You’re driving down the road and suddenly you’re losing power. You’ve done all of your maintenance but it looks like you forgot one: the fuel filter.
The fluids in your F-series keeps your truck going during the long work day or even just to get your toys back and forth to your next vacation spot.
Modern day vehicles are full of modern day safety equipment and electronics. On top of that, there’s computers controlling practically every other aspect of the vehicle. But will all of this new technology make it difficult to repair and restore these vehicles in the future?
Gasoline is pretty cheap these days, considering not too long ago we were at $4 per gallon across the country. But there’s a type of automotive fuel that’s even less expensive, and that’s compressed natural gas (CNG).