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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-19-2011, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
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95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

What feeds the lift pump? No way it sucks all the way to the tank? What relay and or fuse could it be? Still have the theft light flashing.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-19-2011, 05:20 AM
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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

The cam-driven pump is the primary. Just like most cars and trucks had well into the '80s, and some right up into the '90s. Anti-theft is probably what's still disabling the truck.
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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

Any Idea how to disable the antitheft? Any help is appreciated. Is there a P. A. T. S. system on a 95?
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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

No a 95 does not have a p.a.t.s

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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

is it not puling fuel form either tank? there is no in tank pump on our trucks just the one in the valley your pump could be bad ot a hole in a rubber line letting air in the system fuel pickups in tanks could be plugged from bad fuel ot the tank pick-ups could have rotted off. from age and this junk fuel that the gov made us switch to.
did it just not start ? or did it just keep geeting wprse. no info on your troubles would help.

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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

they do have theft systems, I have a 94.5 and the door was opened from the outside by reaching through and useing the inside handle. It set it off had to unhook the batterys as we dont have a door key.

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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

i have the same problem with a 95 i just bought that was hit in the nose driverside. There is no fuel in the filter and i believe it has an aftermarket alarm. It has fuel in the tanks but not in the filter. Is there a fuel reset switch or could it be the alarm?
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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-30-2011, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Re: 95 F250 wont start. Is there a fuel pump in the tank?

How can you test the PCM to see if its functioning properly? Something electronic is telling it to not start. There is fuel in the bowl. The fuel rises as you crank. There is fuel at the back of the heads. Anti theft must have killed the starting circuit? Help!!!
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