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Want to replace fuel pump on 1989 Ford F250 where is the fuel pump?

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2010-02-10 06:17:25
2010-02-10 06:17:25

it is a mechanical pump run off of the cam shaft on the front passengers side front of engine down low. That is where it is on a Diesel. If gas more than likely in the fuel tank.

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