where is the fuel switch selector valve located on a 1995 f250

Asked by Apr 20, 2016 at 05:27 AM about the 1995 Ford F-250 2 Dr XLT Standard Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where is the fuel switch selector valve located on a 1995 f250

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Drivers side frame rail just about half way down.

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Are you sure? Can't find it. Looked up and down that rail and no sign of it. Only found fuel filter.

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Here's a pic.

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Ya I got a 1997 f250 heavy duty & I don't see the switch valve either. I know what it looks like cuz I just replaced 1 on a buddies 88 super duty. Anywhere else it could be?

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All I saw was a Fuel filter also, then the line runs to the engine, ??? found something else bu no wires leading to it, one said it might be above the rear tank ??

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There won't be any wires, in that year they used a pressure switching valve, it switched tanks when the pump was activated inside the fuel tank selected.

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Under the truck around where the first tank starts. Follow the fuel lines to this...

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Closer.

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is the valve repairable/replaceable?

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