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Fuel Sys Pressure 01 4.2L

2001 F150 2wd 4.2L 5spd. Looking for the specs for fuel system pressure. Thanks in advance.
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35-55 psi per factory service manual.

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Thanks for this Useful post

I have fuel problems and this information has helped.
What's the chance this tank should be kept. It looks pretty rough to install $200 worth of new parts.
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