the fuel system has re-pressurized...the truck acts the fuel is NOT getting to engine...NOT firing...SUGGESTIONS???
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?
check for vacuum to the fuel pressure regulator...check the output of the regulator...perhaps the diaphragm is torn...am of a mind that Chevron with Techron cleans alright....the Critical components such as the diaphragm~
might be suckin' fuel thru the vacuum line....that CAN happen~
no doubt you've replaced the fuel filter by now....there seems to be several incarnations of them~_____https://www.google.com/#q=2002+Ford+F- 350+fuel+filter&tbm=shop
if this were a Diesel there would be an injector pump, that I'd be able to find, but gasoline just uses the fuel pump...there may be two..one in the tank and one kielbasa on the bottom side~
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