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The van died out on the road - we were able to get it started and brought to a Ford dealer. They can not find anything wrong with it. We are going on a 4500 road trip and are worried about it breaking down.

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If you have not replaced the fuel filter in 30,000 miles or one year, then it's a good chance that the filter may need to be replaced. Start with that since it's the most common thing that would cause what you described and there is no way to know if it's a bad filter or not other then knowing the miles on it and time it's been in the van.
Good luck and hope this helps. Be safe in your journey's friend.

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