Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
There's no filter on the inside of the frame rail? In that case test the pressure before the return fuel pressure regulator. Your regulator may be open.
Edit/update - After some research, I see Ford pulled a Chrysler! So the filter would be in the tank with the pump. Stupid design! Are you using the correct key to start the truck? At work, we have a 2004 F150 that they cut a second key for when we bought it. It has a skim module, so if you don't use the correct key it will crank but no start. However, it wouldn't surprise me that the regulator is in the tank as well. You may be replacing the fuel pump/filter assembly. Do a pressure test.
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