Got my truck out after sitting all winter, and it ran fine. Switched fuel tanks, and it died about a minute later. Won't start now. The fuel bowl is half full, and fuel will not pump into it. The fuel in the bowl was clean, and the filter is new (less than 2000 miles). The tank selector valve is clicking, so I assume that isn't the problem.
I can't hear the fuel pump running when turning the key to 'on'. Is the pump you hear when you turn the key to 'on' the pump in the valley? I guess I assumed that sound was an electric pump.
Really don't know what to do at this point. Replace the pump in the valley? Why would it have died right after switching tanks?
Thanks for the help!
1997 F350 CC DRW: 55K miles. Tymar intake, 7.3 Intercooler, CCV mod, Air Lift air bags & compressor, Dp-Tuner F5, Isspro gauges, Hadley horn, Cody gooseneck hitch, DIY rhino liner, 2008 diff cover and sweet mudflaps!!!.