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05 explorer gas cap warning light

THERE SEEMS TO BE NOTHING WRONG WITH THE GAS CAP BUT A WARNING LIGHT AND SIGNAL ARE UP ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. THIS JUST STARTED LAST WEEK.

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  • larry finney Feb 27, 2009

    thanx i will try it

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Your gas cap could be losing pressure, bad seals. Most of the time the light goes on cuz no one closes the gas cap all the way, by rotating it right till they hear 3 clicks.

A light still on after 3 clicks, go to autozone, by a new cheap gas cap - under $20

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