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1990 f150 2wd 4.9 truck runs decent then acts like it's running out of fuel. switch tanks and truck runs fine for a while but then act like it runs out of fuel. switch back to original tank and good to go. don't need to stay on either tank for any length of time. switch after a couple of seconds and the truck smooth's out. already replaced the tank switch. any ideas?? only code is 33

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    I had a similar issue ended up being the control module or computer

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I think you need to replace the front fuel pump it has a bad check valve in it. Check with Ford there is a tech bulletin written for these and they have a modified part for repair. I hope this helps, Take care. If you have more questions for me use testimonial and it will show up in my email. Thanks

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It could be the mass air flow sensor. Its mounted to the side of the air cleaner. Just unplug the electrical connection to bypass the unit. If this is the problem the vehicle should run smoothly.

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This is not a solution , just a clarification. Did you change the fuel filter and put it back on in the correct direction or is the fuel line beyond the pump producing gas?

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could be bad glow plugs or plug heaters, faulty wiring to the coil, vacuum leak.

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most likley the fuel pump is bad in front tank

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SOURCE: 90 f150. when i switch to the rear fuel take the truck runs for

sounds like the diverter valve or the switch is defective

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