Question about 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
One of our drivers was told she needed a fuel filter at 15,000 miles--is this correct? It is for a 2008 Ford Sport Trac.
If the car is running good no engine problems or poor gas mileage I wouldn't worry about it. This is done as preventive maintenance. Every tune-up parts have replacement recommended periods. Ignition components, all filters and lubricants should all be replaced the most every six moths depending on how much you drive. Its all common sense if you check your oil and its black its time to change it. If your brakes are screeching same thing and if it been six month probably well over 15,000 miles since you replaced the fuel filter it'll be a good idea to change it.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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