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Old 12-09-2013, 02:54 AM Rookie

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Heybguys i just bought my truck and im trying to get it running

Heres the sitch,

I put new batteries my dads old starter as it needed one and his was good, anyways when i turn the truck over there is no fuel pumping to the fuel bowl. Also its not throwing any codes

So heres my questions

1.) Does the tank have a pump inside? Or is it just the one on the valley

2.) The rear tank is missing, so there is two lines hanging off the back one is dripping fuel, im guessing its the return line, how can i bypass th fuel selector to the front tank permanently? Like i want to get rid of the fuel tank selector valve completely

3.) How do i wire the front tank there is four wires

Any help would be highly appreciated guys thankyou
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