On 04 Jul 2003 15:23:13 GMT, email@example.com (Cobbx) wrote:
Don't know who you talked to but, the FPR is located top of
engine left side and takes about 1/2 hour including
aggravation factor. Failure of FPR can result in an
internal or external fuel leak or, just lousy performance
and fuel economy. FPR failure can result in progressive and
collateral failure of other parts/systems if not repaired.
The OEM Ford FPR's are prone to failure. Find someone
competent and get the recall done if you have not already.
BTW, the hard one was the tank switching valve and check
valves. It really wasn't that bad either but, if that
fails, it can result in fuel being blown out the filler cap
and vent system resulting in a fire hazzard.
Again, find someone competent enough to read the recall and
TSB's on these items.
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