Well, my '94 F150 (I6 300) shut down on me today, first time since I've had it. Coasting along at 40 MPH, thud, lose all RPMS. It cranks like it wants to start, I'm pretty convinced it's fuel related. I've been having this issue for the last 3 or 4 months that when the truck is cold, maybe for the first 10 minutes of driving it, if I take off at a dead stop it'll play like it's not getting enough fuel even though my foot is in it and I'm clutching properly. This issue quits after she's warmed up. The truck has dual tanks and there should be a pump in each, right? I was thinking after I got the truck pulled over to switch over to the front tank and see if that doesn't fix the problem. Front tank doesn't have very much fuel in it, but I figured if the rear tank pump failed the front tank would at least get me started again. No go on that. I had just filled up the tank about 25 minutes before, not the best quality gas but I've never had any issues with it in this truck. After I filled up, I was cleaning the windshield and applying RainX so I let her idle for a good 10 minutes, drove for another 15 and then she quit on me, so I'm thinking if it was the gas I would have known a little quicker than that. I'm pretty sure this is a fuel related problem, she cranks but will not start. Didn't check for spark. My buddy is an auto tech, already called him and left him a message. I'm just trying to nail down some ideas for some parking lot mechanic adventures. I wasn't too far from home, thankfully, truck is about 10 blocks away so I just walked back home. I've been thinking that with the issues I've been having, the fuel filter needed to be changed but here's the million dollar question: will a clogged filter actually stop the truck? Ideas guys? Figured I'd do a little brainstorming while I'm stuck here, the truck is my only vehicle at college. I'm about 2.5 months from buying a near new truck, as soon as I'm done with school my career starts and I'll be able to afford something decent. Until then, we'll be wrenching on our backs on cold pavement.