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Inline fuel pump won't slow down floods motor out in my E350 Ford 84 should it run at full speed fuel pump

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Fuel pressure is not controlled by the pump, but rather by the fuel pressure regulator.

Posted on Mar 15, 2018

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SOURCE: 2004 ford E350 no power to fuel pump

put a test light on the ground wire to a 12v power source and see if the pump is grounded properly

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SOURCE: Need to change fuel pump on my 2000 ford powerstroke

full details are in repair manual under fuel systems purchase it at local parts store.

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drain the fluid and refill with limited slip gear oil, add one bottle of friction modifier, ( this is very important) the noise is the clutches sticking.

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SOURCE: 92 Ford F150 4.9L. starts good, idles rough, dies at slow speeds

4.9 litre ?? you having a laugh its a 10ton truck engine not a pick up -global warming machine,remove the pump/sender unit and check the gauze filter also look inside tank for a something floating around ,i think the idles is not a related problem to the vehicle losing power but their is a possibility you could have a problem with the little vac operated thing on the fuel injector line that allows the fuel through only when the engine is running

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