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Published on Oct 22, 2015
After repeated attempts to figure out why my Truck keeps stalling I came up with a system of homemade monitors which enables me to monitor my fuel pump, fuel pump voltage and ignition coil output when I drive. I was told one can purchase a scanner which can monitor some of these same components, but their functions are limited in older vehicles, The vehicle in this video is a 1988 Ford F150 Truck. As of an hour ago my homemade monitors enabled me to figure out my fuel pump was failing to rotate sometimes under load even though my voltage remained constant.