when exactly is the emergency fuel pressure reset button ...I do NOT see a red or black anything???
okay....researching this one is an inertia type switch and is on the passenger kick-well~
just snootin' from the cuff...thought I did okay on this....never researching...came up with a (kinda almost correct) answer for you...at least you will not have to be droppin' the tank anytime soon....cross your fingers~
thanks judge_roy...I found the switch and the fuel system has re-pressurized...NOW the truck acts the fuel is NOT getting to engine...NOT firing...SUGGESTIONS??? BTW / FYI I have been using "hot shots" (green bottle) fuel additive for over a year. It has HELPED...If I have "rust" in the fuel line and it has gotten into the injector pump, can the pump be removed and cleaned or is replacement the only option?
oem fuel/water seperator installed
hmmm, is there a way to "bench test" using some fuel pinchers?
if rust is in that...it ain't goin' away any time soon...recommend replacing the rusty tank with a polypropylene one~
yah...that's some money, but will not rust~ http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/120962399632?lpid=82
did you look at the fuel pressure regulator...it has a diaphragm and a vacuum supply make sure these things are Normal~
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