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Old 05-11-2016, 08:23 AM   #71
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I just looked in the 1989 Econoline Owner guide from Ford and it says that the Standard fuel tank refill capacities for the E350 Cutaway or Stripped Chassis For all wheel bases is 36 U.S. Gallons or 30.0 Imperial Gallons or 136 Liters.
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Old 05-16-2016, 09:33 PM   #73
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went to the mechanic thursday and he sad it wasnt done. i took it anyyway, without the gas gauge working. figured i would just stop for gsas every 200 miles. left florida, and are someplace in arkansas now. not a single problem. and the gas gauge works fine! i dont know. but will make it back to iowa in time for grandsons graduation. thanks to everyone for the help
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One pump yea, 2 pumps doubt it, 3 pumps no way. You have been ripped off by parts changers. The fuel pressure must be verified, engine codes checked.
A mass air flow sensor can do it to. to shut off at high speed is odd. Find a qualified mechanic, consider money spent already wasted.
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