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How I solved the stuck fuel gauge on my 05 Explorer

Number Twelve

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Year, Model & Trim Level
2005 Ford Explorer XLT
OMG! I think I'm in love.
This is better than my, "Kill the Dinger" Thread.
And yes, I would put hole in the floor to check the tranny fluid if I wasn't sure that would end up with Mercon V in the carpeting.
Highest praise. Deepest respect.
And $800 I'm not going to pay somebody else to replace the sending unit!

Edit, 30 days later: My gauge was sticking on Empty at start-up about 40% of the time. I added a can of Seafoam and it has registered correctly during my last 15 trips. I consider that to be lucky!
One out of 15 failures in this Ex that I didn't have to take it apart and replace something.:mad:
 






High_Order1

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City, State
near Oak Ridge, TN
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2005 Jack Bauer Edition
Thank you number 12!
People like you are why I post how-to's here.

Now, if we could only get them stickied, so other people can find them more easily!!

Shawn
 






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