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Lossing a lot of gas,tune up done,is there a fuel reset button,if so,where

Where is the fuel reset button on a 98 ford explorer sport

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Pass. front kickplate, but it does not reset anything- the only time you need to push it is when the vehicle won't start at all. has nothing to do with the amount of fuel used. you could check the fuel pressure regulator, hows it running?

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