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post #1 of 3 Old 03-23-2007, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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99 f350 running rough

I have a 99 F350 which when the faster i go the more it feels like its running out of fuel. almost like the filter is getting drained and needs re-filling. I changed the pump and its better but still runs rough and feels like its running out of fuel. also the pump dosent stop running when the wait light goes out before starting. I'm thinking the fuel pressure regulator? any ideas.i took the filter out and noticed the bowl was dirty so i went to clean it and found the fuel heater element was broke at the sending wire. would that make it run rough and loose the power? the are very pricey, about 200 for just a little wire with a connecter on it.

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running out of fuel

Drop your tank and pull your sending unit apart there are two screens that plug up clean them mite help good luck
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lol sorry was trying post somewhere else

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