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Old June 6th, 2012, 01:07 PM
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So after drivng around NJ with Double Dee, towards the end of the night my truck started acting funny and the check engine light was also on. Went to start her up this morning and she gave a little issue but ended up starting. Got to point A, did what I had to do, now it was time to go to point B and the truck just wouldn't start.

I tried everything known to man, banged the starter, checked fuses under the hood etc. etc. etc. but nothing. I put some ether on the air filter and the bitch almost started right up.

I then put the key on truck off and pushed the nozzle on the fuel rail and no fuel came out...

I had someone bang the fule tank with a rubber mallet while I started it and guess what... it started! I got it home and then shut it down and tried to start it again for shits and giggles and guess what... it didn't start!





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Story or trying to ask for help?
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Well I know what the problem is so...

Let's see though, anyone ever remove an intank electric fuel pump from a 92-96 F150/Bronco?

If so, what tools do I need, should I replace the fuel tank straps? Any info is greatly appreciated!




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You'll need a Hammer, a Brass Punch, the tools to take the straps off, a jack if it's full of gas, and that's all I can think of.

I'd replace the straps only if they are rusty or look rusty.
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Can you offer any part numbers from lets say advance auto or summit racing?




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Before going to allthat trouble check your connections at the tank itself. Reach around the top of the tank, in plug it, then use your multimeter to check for +12v. The fact that it turned on when hit with a hammer can just mean it has a flaky connection.

If you do end up having to change the pump, I've always done it the lazy way and pulled the bed..


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I'll need the size of tank nine5.

Booba, that reminds me of sixlitre cutting a hole in the cargo area of his 85 Bronco and making it a hinged floor plate so he can have quick access to the fuel pump.
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Oh and the reason for the Brass punch for those that don't know is when tapping the lock ring off of the fuel pump with a steel punch it'll spark, Brass won't spark against it when tapping, it is softer though so don't hit it real hard.
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The bed is so easy to remove on these trucks, especially a short bed, lol.


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Ask ridge how hard it was to get the nuts off of the bolts holding the bed on that 85..


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