I would look more into chewed wires near or going to the fuel tank. The
filter is inside of the tank and is part of the fuel pump assembly so I
doubt that is an issue although it could be if you have a really bad tank of
fuel. Are you getting a check engine light? If not does the check engine
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
In response to Roy 's post. I thought everyone should know:
exactly what i was thinking roy. a cheap pressure guague could show the
problem. another thought could be a flakey ignition switch. especially if
the OP has a heavy key ring. this could easily be verified by shaking the
key switch without the truck moving.
On Aug 14, 9:43 pm, email@example.com wrote:
Sounds like the rat has caused your problem. Move the truck around
(as in when you towed it) and the chewn wire makes contact again...
drive the truck and hit a bump and it shuts off again. Might be
tough to find.. follow the rat pee smell and the turd trail and you
might find a nest..
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