Truck not starting
Replaced fuel pump and filter but truck will not
start. I can hear pump but don't think I'm getting
fuel to engine.
change the filter? might possibly be a choked off filter~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXcFsvmOE8s
Yes, I changed out the filter.
...battery may be of reduced voltage ...sure the pump runs but with an OLD battery may not have the punch to get the job done...you could check fuel pressure at the fuel rail~ believe the battery has corroded cable connections and ain't givin' enough amperage to get the job done~
My positive cable did have a lot of corrosion on it. Cleaned it up good. Haven't gotten battery checked but it's only 2 years old.
If the battery checks out, purchase a fuel pressure gauge for about twenty bucks and check it at the rail.
Battery checks out good. Sprayed some ether in throttle body and truck fired for a couple seconds. So, not getting fuel to engine.
you know it has got to be your air intake temperature sensor https://www.google.com/search?q=2006+Ford+F- 150++intake+air+temp&biw=1360&bih=649&tbm=isch&tbo=u&sourc e=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjYroDqtpnMAhXCOj4KHU1jAtUQsAQIL w
I will try that next. Thanks
Would the AIT sensor keep fuel from getting to engine?
well it could tell the computer "it's cold out" enrichen the mix~ I suppose it could run it wide open with a Hot engine type situation...cannot confidently say that this is what is the problem...I just know this goodie is responsible for the mix~ just finished painting 299 Ranger and Burro~
nears as I can tell it just plugs right in...the delicate wire inside that the air passes through tells the computer the amount of resistance based on the conductivity...it is all a bit of a delicate array~ this would not fly in a primitive culture~ http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sku/Ford/F- 150/Motorcraft/IAT_Sensor/2006/W0133-1700644.html? apwcid=gglpla&gclid=CjwKEAjwi9K4BRCQzq7d1c6A_XASJABue AO2AFdKDEvivUvuYn94ii6cBhzbIrjq- ySVFfPZmWG6hhoCI9_w_wcB
kinda like the old Heat Riser and thermal spring connected to the butterfly...that you'd jam your comb in during sub-zero weather~
Looking for a Used F-150 in your area?
CarGurus has 212,354 nationwide F-150 listings starting at $1,000.
Search Ford F-150 Questions
Ford F-150 Experts