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post #1 of 4 Old 03-19-2010, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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replacing fuel tank sending unit

Mine went out so Ill be replacing it, but before I buy it I was curious if anyone can tell me if this is the right Motorcraft part number- PS193. and it looks like this More Information for MOTORCRAFT PS193. Just wanted to make sure before I ordered it. Thanks

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Just wanna make sure you already tried unhooking one of negative battery cables for a minute or two and trying again. Mine stuck at 1/2 one day and no matter how many key cycles it stayed the same. Cycled the power from the batteries and it's been perfect for way over a year after that so far.
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Yea I tried that already. My buddy is a ford tech and checked it out and said I needed a new one.

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Hi,

I am with a law firm that is investigating complaints about fuel tank problems in certain Ford Diesel vehicles. If you own a Ford Diesel with fuel tank problems and want to learn more about our investigation, please visit our website at www.GirardGibbs.com/FordFuelTank.asp or give us a call toll-free at (866) 981-4800. You can also reach me by email at sje@GirardGibbs.com.

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