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Redram99

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Posted: 07/10/18 11:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also have it tuned by 5 star.
I used the tuner to relearn the crank sensor.
Checked for codes and there were none.

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Posted: 07/11/18 12:26am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Redram99 wrote:

Bad news — No fuel filter!!! Go figure.


What do you mean by "No fuel filter"?

You mean the fuel filter wasn't the problem, or do you mean that your chassis did not have a fuel filter?

If it's the latter ... what's up with that? Perhaps you should have one installed! (I think fuel injectors like clean fuel.)


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There is no external fuel filter on the 2011.
It’s in the tank.

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Redram99 wrote:

Bad news — No fuel filter!!! Go figure.

Good news. I changed air filter, cleaned maf and did a computer reset.

Took it for a good run and pulled a couple long hills. Problem didn’t resurface.

Only has 1/4 tank of fuel in it(trying to exacerbate the fuel pump if that’s the issue)

Actually ran better than it has for a while. Air filter didn’t look dirty but they never do!


Are you absolutely sure there is no external fuel filter ?? I just serviced a friends 2012 Winnebago class C and it has the exact same fuel filter in the exact same spot as my 2008. All the parts lookups I just checked show the same filter ford has used for years for that year. It would be on the inside frame rail like right under the drivers feet. And this whole problem does sound like it could be a plugged filter. My friends was bought used, so maybe an external filter was added, but weird. Good Luck

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Posted: 07/11/18 10:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Redram99 wrote:

There is no external fuel filter on the 2011.
It’s in the tank.


The fuel pump is in the tank.

There had better be an external fuel filter somewhere outside the tank so that it can be changed periodically.

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on my 2012 was going to change the filter last year when fuel pump went out. NO filter external to tank. Places show one but none there in actuality.

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Posted: 07/12/18 03:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Then how does the gas get filtered?

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Magic I guess, but the wifes honda does not have a filter either. Guess its the screen that is in the tank.

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Try changing the air filter and cleaning the MAF sensor just downstream of the air filter. MAF cleaner can be bought at Auto Zone or the like. Also make sure the electrical connector on the MAF sensor has not become disconnected.


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Amazing. I went to Ford.com and found this in Owner Manual for 2013 E-Series:
***
FUEL FILTER
Your vehicle is equipped with a lifetime fuel filter that is integrated with the fuel tank. Regular maintenance or replacement is not needed.
***


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