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fuel pump, O2 sensors.

well my tax refunds are going right to my truck sofar i need a filler neck. windsheild ( road rocks) and my sending unit does not work, and i have noi clue how old the fuel pump is. at least do the pump/sender and filler neck at same time so i only have to take bed off once. also ive allready changed the fuel filter when i bought the truck 5mons ago.

my plan,

ebay $125 bux fuel filler neck
need help on a fuel pump/sender module. soo many choices i get confused.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/GAS-F...mZ110115810573

later on,

plugs
wires
o2 sensors (looking for suggestions)
and a few other tune up goodies.

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anyone?
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gotta give it more than 8 min dude. but welcome to the site
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I read your original post when it went up but I couldn't figure out what the question was.
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it was more than 8 min but what ever.

ok. im useing my tax return to fix 2 problems in my fuel system, the filler neck which im getting from ebay. and im also doing the fuel pump/sending unit. when i look at the listings on the net for pumps theres a ton of selections. looking for some direction.

also im going to sometime soon replace my O2 sensors and im wondering what brand or part number i should look for.

id love to get a shop manuel, the hayens book anymore lately is not helping me much. the more i can do myself and the further away from the mechanic the better.
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For an aftermarket pump unit, you should be able to narrow it down if you know the year and engine displacement. If that doesn't work, a Ford dealer can get you the right one.

Same story for oxygen sensors. I would use Bosch or Ford (usually made by Bosch).
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eh...ill goto parts store and see what ying yang comes up with on his computer.

thanks anyway.

any clue where to get the ford service manuel in book form, not CD-ROM.
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any clue where to get the ford service manuel in book form, not CD-ROM.
The 3000-page factory manuals come up on eBay every once in a while but usually cost $50~80 used. New they are about $160 from Helm, Inc.
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cool thanks.
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the winshield you can get thru insurance for like 50 bones.
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New windshield cost me $185, installed in my work parking lot. No sense claiming THAT on insurance (my deductible is $500).

I shopped around. High quote was still only $255.
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its not your deductible, its a cause in insurance look into it. I paid 50 bucks. it was listed as a not at fault claim. Didnt affect my premiums at all. so THAT windshield was 50 bucks....had the same rocks marks that cracked my windshield
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eh...ill goto parts store and see what ying yang comes up with on his computer.


The guy's name at the parts store is Ying Yang?
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