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Gas tank will not fill up on 2001 ford expedition


Gas as in gasoline or gas as in LPG gas? If its petrol, the fuel sender may be out of adjustment. (Usually means a new sender) If its LPG, the fuel stations are set to automatically shut off at 80% full. The gas tank will never actually be full to the brim but the gauge should be showing full if the gas nozzle keeps shutting off. Have a look on the LPG tank itself, they have a little gauge on them which shows how full it is. I have 2 tanks on my car , when "full" or when the pump shuts down, the tank gauges show just under full but the gauge on the cars dash shows full (2005 BA Ford)

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I drive mercedes-benz 180 C-class, my fuel gauge reads 1/2 tank while my car refuse to start, i added fuel up to full tank and the car started. the following day my car stopped while the fuel gauge was...


there maybe a switch between the two tanks ,it must be replaced by a new one,to let the fuel on the other tank pass into the fuel pump.

See the dealer.
GL,
TD

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Fuel tank vent on a 04 silverado, where is it?


If the vent solenoid where stuck than the pump would constantly shut off on you. It would literally take you 30 minutes to fill you tank.

When everything is working correctly the pump will shut off and that is all the gas you should add to your tank. Adding a little more gas is fine but anytime you overfill the tank you run the risk of ruining the charcoal canister.

On your particular vehicle it is not that expensive. Try in on a honda and your looking at a minimum of $1200 dollars!

If the gauge is reading ful than it is full. There is no need to add more.

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My fuel gauge reads below the empty mark. and the tank is full. It read full the day I filled it up, but yesterday I went to start it up and it was way below the empty mark. horizontal


check for fuses, fuel sender its a common problem in GM,cars,it cost like $45 from dealers ok,of course tank need to be removed,ok,GL

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well its either the wire between the tank and guage in dash or it is the gauge in the dash

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the vent tube that runs beside the filler hose is crimped shut or clogged

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Crazybonezz, check your fuel pressure, should be 50 psi from the pump or 30 psi within the system 'loop'.

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try pulling back a little on the nozzle, the tank has an anti rolloverball in the pipe and this sometimes cause it to shut off when the nozzle is stuck all the way into the filler pipe

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fuel pump could be overheating and need replaced, if this happens exactly the same each time it seems that is the case, the gasoline in the tank cools the pump through the returned system, alot of people that drive around near empty all the time will burn out their fuel tank quicker because of the pump not being cooled properly, you have spark when the car wont start?

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