Fuel tank pressure sensor located?

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Asked by Jan 27, 2018 at 11:53 AM about the Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Where would the fuel tank pressure sensor be
located on a 2008 E-150? There’s no video or
diagrams I can find anywhere?!?

7 Answers

4,570

The info I looked at shows two possibilities depending, what they call aft of axle fuel tank, it's in the gas tank. Midship fuel tank shows to be in vapor hose held with two hose clamps, so if your sensor has a hose fitting on each end, it's in the vapor line.

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It’s definitely not in the tank. And it’s a type plug. Could it possible behind the frame on the side of the tank?

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4,570

If not in gas tank, this is the only picture I could find. I know the orientation isn't very good. Three wire connector, wire colors, red/pink, brown/white, gray/red. The picture is what my database showed. If not correct then I don't know.

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10

Ok what area would that be located?

4,570

I'd have to follow vapor lines from gas tank. That's the best info I have, sorry. I'd have to look at it. I figured it would be at the rear?

10

Yes finally found it, it was on the fuel rail! Thanks so much for all the help!

4,570

Good job, glad you found it.

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