Ok, I replaced the fuel filter and my '87 F-150 still wants to stall at about 2200 rpms... do I replace that external high pressure pump next?

Asked by Sep 26, 2014 at 02:09 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is the high pressure pump the kinda long skinny thing just
before the fuel filter?  And by the way, I could swear the old
filter was in backwards, the flow arrow was pointing AWAY
from the engine, the arrow goes TWORD the motor, right?

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well their looks like your flux capacitor isn't working. check your turning signal fluid.


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