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2002 Ford Explorer: gas gauge..50 degrees F. above 50 F. gauge works

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My gas gauge in my 2002 Ford Explorer does not work under 50 degrees F. above 50 F. gauge works fine.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 8 years ago.

Hello I'm Chris a Ford Employee and Certified Engine/Transmission Specialist.

Thanks for asking your question. I am eager to get your vehicle back up and running correct, I am here to help you out for a small fee far less than a dealership and easier on the wallet, so if this information is of aid PLEASE PRESS ACCEPT and help me out financially by paying the small fee. Please reply if further discussion is needed.

You need to moniter the fule level sensor using a NGS scan tool. This will tell you if the sensor in the tank is actually showing correct or incorrect fuel level pids.

Possible faults here are going to the fuel level sensor in the tank or a concern with the instrument cluster.

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