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  1. guido2008
    07-20-2014 12:15 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the info, what ever happen to the simple stuff ion these things.
  2. guido2008
    07-20-2014 12:04 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the info, what ever happen to the simple stuff ion these things.
  3. ame1lcs
    07-18-2014 12:04 AM - permalink
    Do you know anything about the A/C on an 2010 f150 crew cab? When you use the select button on the center console nothing changes, like changing from blowing out of the dash to blowing out of the feet, or defrost.
  4. 87fordman
    07-16-2014 09:33 PM - permalink
    it has a carb
  5. Matt Cherry
    06-22-2014 06:03 PM - permalink
    Matt Cherry
    Sorry to bother you again my truck is still having issues. I cannot find a reliable diagram to wire in the selector valve its the duralast FSV2k. I had it running and was able to switch the tank from the front to the back tank and then that was it now im stuck on the back tank. Do you know where a good diagram to wire this in is. im hoping to find one that displays which wires go where on the harness that has all black wires and plugs into the selector valve as well as how to wire the rest of it in. any advice would be greatly appreciated at this point im considering bypassing the valve and using one tank but it would really suck to have all new pumps and sending units and valve only to still just use one tank
  6. Matt Cherry
    06-18-2014 02:42 PM - permalink
    Matt Cherry
    Hi Im hoping maybe you can lead me in the right direction with my truck. I own an 88 f150 5.0 it has the dual tanks and im having a fuel delivey issue. so far ive replaced all the fuel injectors all fuel pumps and filter/strainers fuel pump relay and fuel pressure regulator. i cant afford the selector valve but i took it apart and cleaned it. The truck will run and drive fine for hours but then ill notice the fuel pump under the cab humming really loud and shortlty after the truck dies. It was restarting after it cooled off but now it wont start at all without starting fluid but it dies as soon as that burns off. any tips im lost.
  7. njsvtguy
    06-13-2014 02:39 PM - permalink
    subford, thanks for the response. This truck has me so frustrated, I'll post up some pics and issues I'm having. Hopefully you can help.
    thanks again
  8. ibradshaw
    06-08-2014 08:50 AM - permalink
    Hello again subford. Its been awhile but I still have the truck. Its a 89 f150 5.0 fuel injected auto. Like most other people money is tight and I havent bought a ecm for my truck yet but I have tested some other things. The main thing I did was stick a computer from a taurus in my truck and it cranked up acted like it was running on 6 cylinders but STILL did the same thing which was dying at idle. Would this eliminate my computer being bad? Also the connector that can be used with a jumper wire to make the fuel pump run doesnt work sometimes. I opened the computer up and found nothing that stood out. When the truck is going down the road it never quits. I previously stated that it did but that only happens when it acts up. I put a distibutor from a known running truck with no help. Ive changed relays with no help. Is there a way to check the computer without having to buy a new one? I have a company vehicle so I dont drive it much at all but its to good of truck to throw away
  9. njsvtguy
    06-05-2014 02:04 PM - permalink
    Truck was 5.0 with Speed Density, Swapped to 5.8 with Mass Air (FordRacing).
    Ran after swap 5 years ago, sat for a year, just rebuilt 5.8 now having fuel gremlin.
  10. njsvtguy
    06-05-2014 02:02 PM - permalink
    Hi, read a post of yours last night and now can't find it. 1988 F150, Fuel Pressure drops and stalls. Read where you said to ground the terminal in the test plug. Did that and both pumps kick on and off with key.
    Any suggestions from here

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