How to bypass fuel tank selector switch

It's tough to tell from your post (English teachers would cringe), but it seems that you are asking how to bypass the fuel selector switch and what should you do with the extra hose? Run the reserve line directly from the tank to the water separator (if you have one). Plug the normal fuel line and zip tie it. My 1990 TANK SELECTOR SWITCH F 250 is melted and ford dealer said they can get the switch for $54.85 but they can not get the plug pigtail that melted all so. What good is the switch if the plug is burnt? Dose any one know how to put a different type of switch in. The stores are telling me the switch for the 1992 is different.
I was told to check the tank selector valve that keeps fuel from going into the opposite tank. All that I can find is a simple Y connector before the fuel filter that converts lines from the back and front tank into one line to enter the filter. My questions are: 1) Does my 1990 F150 4.9l have a tank selector Valve? If so, where is it? Fuel Tank Selector Switch Products. What's the use of an extra fuel tank filled with fuel if you can't gain access to it because of a damaged fuel tank selector switch? A dual fuel tank can be a great benefit to your vehicle. It reduces the chance of getting stranded at the side of the road because of loss of fuel.

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Apr 29, 2017 · This is part 2 of how to bypass the front fuel tank on a gasoline F150. This truck didn't have the switching/canister setup but I describe how to do that in the first video. The rear tank is new and started pushing fuel to the front tank which has a pinhole. so half my gas is getting dumped on the road. Is it possible to bypass the front tank by plumbing in some gas line hose so I won't have to replace an expensive selector valve.
Jul 18, 2012 · For the inertia switch I just bypassed it all together, still died after about 20 mins as usual. For one last crack before pulling the pump in the tank I am going to completely bypass the fuel selector valve in the morning and see what happens. May 07, 2014 · Believing the factory selector valve (which allows you to switch between the front and rear fuel tanks on OBS Fords) was restricting horsepower, we had to do away with sending fuel through it. Dec 04, 2006 · You will first have to drain any fuel out of the tank until it's totally empty including the lines to and from the tank.Them disconnect and plug the lines to and from the tank.Then disconnect the sending units wires and the tank will be isolated completely out of the fuel system.If you want to you can also unbolt and remove the tank completely from the vehicle.Which I advise if the tank leaks ...

A fuel tank selector valve allows the driver to switch between the two fuel tanks found in many models of Ford trucks. The selector valve is connected to a switch that is found under the driver's seat or to the right of the steering wheel in most Ford models. There should be five wires.. two on one side are hot leads for the tank selector valve operation (only one would be hot at a time and they are fused) and three on the other side are to the fuel gauge and the two tank sending units. The gauge lead is in the middle.
Apr 29, 2017 · This is a 2 part series on how to bypass the front fuel tank on an F150 with a gasoline application. This 95 F150 does not have the switching valve canister set up but I describe how to do that in ...

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I was told to check the tank selector valve that keeps fuel from going into the opposite tank. All that I can find is a simple Y connector before the fuel filter that converts lines from the back and front tank into one line to enter the filter. My questions are: 1) Does my 1990 F150 4.9l have a tank selector Valve? If so, where is it?
Dec 16, 2011 · The fuel tank selector valve on a 1993 Ford F150 with a 4.9L engine is on the left side frame rail under the driver side floor pan forward of the side fuel tank in-line on the fuel lines. Follow the fuel lines from the side tank forward until you see the selector valve. The rear tank is new and started pushing fuel to the front tank which has a pinhole. so half my gas is getting dumped on the road. Is it possible to bypass the front tank by plumbing in some gas line hose so I won't have to replace an expensive selector valve.