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Old 12-09-2011, 11:18 PM
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1994 F150 -- Dual Tanks, Front Tank Inoperable

1994 F150 XLT 5.0L Auto -- 168k Miles

Hello, all!

The truck sat for quite awhile getting some "here and there" time spent on refinishing the body. Almost four years later, and the front tank that worked before no longer wants to cooperate with me.

I filled both tanks after the body work was finished and went on my way. I had left the switch on the rear tank through all of that time and did so until I flipped to the front tank a few days later and the truck went dead.

Sitting idling, driving, whichever... When the switch is flipped to the front tank, the motor dies.

To me, I say it's the fuel pump in the front tank. However, before I tear in and replace it, I want to make sure there are no other possibilities.

BTW, when the switch is flipped to the front tank, I can hear the pump come on with the key...

Thanks for any insight!
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