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I finally fixed the fuel pumps on my F-150. I had posted a while back about having an OPEN in the harness. Well after 4 days of trouble shooting I finally found it. I had isolated the problem to a section of the harness , so I started to unwrap the tape and low and behold , a splice in the harness , a factory splice I might add , was completely green and crumbled in my hand. I cant imagine what it would have cost me to have a mechanic figure this out. I must say that I did feel a sense of pride knowing that my persistence finally paid off. Thanks to all who offered suggestions for solving this problem.

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I wonder if that argument will work on my wife ??

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Money saved on the daily drivers defenitly deserves to be spent on new stang parts, thats how I justify it to SWMBO.

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