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When 1/2 tank of gas or less, my expedition cuts out when turning left only. It's the craziest thing people tell me it's my foot - hello people it's not my foot! My brother-in-law drove it lastnight and it FINALLY happened to him. He says it feels like a fuel problem??? I've taken it to 3 different shops even the ford dealer, got a tune up and fuel inj cleaned. Still happening! Help!

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Check the wires from tank back to connectors with hands for cuts or brakeage.or try running a new set of wires just to try to see if its the wiring . or its your fuel pump float . good luck

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the problem you are stating here could be a combination of problems, meaning it could not be solve with a single solution.

based from your description, it could be starving fom gas .

it would starve from gas if the filter is clogged( fuel filter) then before the carburator, there is still a strainer. might be a good place to check that one too.

then the tank as your mechanic has stated, could be dirty and needs to go down.
another thing to look at the tank is the water. since it is getting cold, water condensate couls slip in specially on cold weather.

then the carburator itself. it may have a clogged cavity or dirt could have accumulated and could not be solve by spraying with carburator cleaners.

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