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Old 04-05-2009, 08:18   #1 (permalink)
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'95 F150 run great on rear tank, runs a little rough on front tank

My 1995 F150 4.9L Manual has dual tanks. The trucks runs really great while using the rear tank, but hesitates occasionally when using the front tank.

I had patched a hole in the front tank a few years ago using JB Weld epoxy. It solved the problem of the gas odor, so I think I sealed it pretty good.

I am wondering if this could be a fuel filter or a bad fuel pump.

Is there a separate filter for the front tank?

Also, when I patched the tank, I remember disconnecting the battery. There might have been something else that I neglected to disconnect, and I wonder if I possibly could have burned out a fuse that runs one of the fuel pumps, check valves, etc. From what I've been reading, there are 3 fuel pumps. Is it possible to operate with one fuel pump not working?

If there is someone simple like a likely fuse or relay that I can check first?

Thanks,

Gary
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