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1990 Ford F-250 Recalls

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Most Recent 1990 Ford F-250 Recall

On July 9, 2001, Ford recalled 1,556,221 Ford F-250. This is not a safety recall in accordance with the safety act. however, it is deemed a safety improvement campaign by the agency. vehicle description: 1990-1993 ford f-series vehicles equipped with dual fuel tanks and 4.9, 5.0,5.8, or 7.5 liter gasoline fueled engines. some vehicles can experience a cross tank fuel flow condition due to a damaged check valve in the fuel pump/sender assembly. fuel may be supplied from one tank and some or all of the unused fuel may be returned to the other tank.
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1990 Ford F-250 Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on July 9, 2001
This is not a safety recall in accordance with the safety act. however, it is deemed a safety improvement campaign by the agency. vehicle description: 1990-1993 ford f-series vehicles equipped with dual fuel tanks and 4.9, 5.0,5.8, or 7.5 liter gasoline fueled engines. some vehicles can experience a cross tank fuel flow condition due to a damaged check valve in the fuel pump/sender assembly. fuel may be supplied from one tank and some or all of the unused fuel may be returned to the other tank.
Summary on June 7, 1996
The ignition switch could experience an internal short circuit.
Summary on March 25, 1994
The steel fuel return tubes that connect the frame fuel return lines with the engine fuel rail can contact the pinch weld flange connecting the dash panel to the floor pan. continued contact leads to abrasion of the steel fuel return tube and eventually results in a fuel leak.
RepairPal Expert Overview on October 28, 1993
A malfunctioning check valve within the fuel pump assembly causes a portion of the unused fuel from one tank to be returned to the second tank. when this occurs, the capacity of the second tank can be exceeded, causing fuel spillage.
Summary on June 10, 1992
A revised brake lining noise insulator resulted in a decrease in the thermal insulation between the brake lining and the front brake caliper piston. this caused greater heat transfer to the caliper pistons with the potential to overheat the brake fluid and diminish brake effectiveness during severe braking conditions.
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