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Ford Edge, Fuel System, SUV
#5 of 17 fueling issues ford
Feb 17, 2008 (8:12 pm)
Does this only happen when the tank is almost full or at empty, I have been through horrible nightmare with another ford product. , Has this been happening since you bought the car, My problem began when I tried to fill it up and then finally got to 1/8 and at empty also the pump would just shut off. I couldnt even get any gas in at empty or 1/8 either. Please let me know befor I make another mistake...
#6 of 17 Fueling Problem
Mar 11, 2008 (5:56 pm)
I had the same problem with my 2006 Mustang. It has something to do with the "saddle" tank. The dealer can do something with the fill tube. If all else fails, turn the gas nozzle upside down and fill. That seems to work for some reason. Lot of information about it in the allfordmustangs.com Forums.
Aug 07, 2008 (8:37 pm)
My Edge gas gauge does the same thing. When the pump cuts off I always round it off. Last time it showed about halfway between 3/4th and full. I drove it a few miles and looked down and it was dead on full. Weird..I also seem to get better gas mileage if I don't top it off?? Right at 22MPG
Sep 11, 2008 (6:53 am)
What type gasoline does this vehicle require for the AWD? I can't find it on their websit.
#9 of 17 Re: Ford Edge gas [weinerdowndog]
Sep 11, 2008 (7:28 am)
#10 of 17 same fill up problem on my huyndai accent
Feb 28, 2009 (4:08 am)
this could cure it if you have the patience to do all this
Common blockage issues are with the canister close valve and the canister filter. But you could also have a defective fuel cut valve in the tank or a blocked canister. You could also have a problem with a restricted hose or pipe either not allowing proper venting or not allowing the fuel to enter the tank properly."
#11 of 17 Re: Gas Tank Fill Problem [moneyman4]
Jan 22, 2010 (6:37 am)
I have a 2007 Ford Edge and it has the same problem except for mine shuts off frequently from start to finish whether their is gas in the car or it's almost empty...I took it to dealer and they said that a line has to be blown out that gets clogged so they did that and it seemed to fix the problem but I wonder how often it will have to be taken in to have this "line" blown out....after warranty expires....who pays for it.
#12 of 17 FIND THE LINE
Jan 22, 2010 (9:52 pm)
Just find the line you Can do it yourself with a bicycle pump about every 2 years.
#13 of 17 Re: FIND THE LINE [99accent]
Jan 23, 2010 (8:34 am)
And they don't just magically clog up. It's usually from mud underneath the vehicle. Just clean underneath and blow out the vent hose every so often as 99accent suggests.