Last post on May 08, 2013 at 12:50 PM
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Ford Expedition, Auto Repair, Fuel System, Legislation, SUV
#67 of 75 What just happened
Sep 22, 2012 (1:27 am)
I have a 03 ford expedition XLT and i went to autozone to buy fuel injector cleaner. Then once i put it in my truck died and it wouldn't start back up. I used a fuel pressure gauge and found out that i asnt getting anything from the pump, I couldn't hear it either and i need help...please
#68 of 75 Re: 2005 Expedition (EB) fuel pump issues [truckwontrun]
Nov 28, 2012 (8:07 am)
Ok, I have a 2006 Expedition...Wed Nov 21, 2012 (day before Thanksgiving), I was getting on the highway, slight traffic up ahead, truck was up to 40MPH and just "died" I was in the middle lane, slowly pulled over but ended up stalling on a bridge and nowhere else to go but breakdown in the first lane on the start of a holiday weekend...UGH. Highaway patrol showed up 45 min later...pushed me into the breakdown lane and my tow truck came 10 min after that. Just got my truck back last night.....NOT the fuel pump, but the DRIVER MODULE...it was all corroted...my mechanic replace the module and the gas filter for $383?! I am hoping there is now a recall from Ford?! Or if this is something that should/could be possibly covered by warranty? Any information would be appreciated. I am just lucky my kids weren't stuck with me in the first lane on a highway!!
#69 of 75 Re: 2005 Expedition (EB) fuel pump issues [blondekm]
Dec 06, 2012 (6:47 pm)
Fuel pump problems seem to be in all 2000- 2007 models. the one thing we all have in common is; there should be a constant whirl sound when you turn your key 1 time foward, but not started. if you don't hear it, your fuel pump is going bad, and fuel supply could stop at any second.. I'll be driving then all of a sudden the truck shuts down as if I've run out of gas, with plenty, and then it starts going again...
#70 of 75 Re: 2005 Expedition (EB) fuel pump issues [blondekm]
Jan 01, 2013 (6:42 am)
Doing a lot or reading reagrding this issue ( Also my problem ) this part Fuel pump Driver module has been the culprit on quite a few hard start's / wont start problems. The part can be found cheaply at around 60 bucks online to 120 and up elsewhere. The fuel filter about the same, double that amount for labor to install.
I paid to have it looked at, they replaced the plugs, #2 coil, and a tune up and did not get the problem fixed, for 750 bucks!
#72 of 75 Fuel Pump Driver Module
Jan 05, 2013 (6:48 pm)
I have reviewed all the posts that I can find to replace the FPDM on my 2007 Expedition but the part is not in the cavity from the spare tire. I am desperate to replace this part and have been unable to fiind it. Can someone please help.
#73 of 75 Re: 2005 Expedition (EB) fuel pump issues [truckwontrun]
Jan 11, 2013 (10:08 am)
I am having similar problems. I looked for the part online and could not find a fuel pump driver module. Could it be a fuel pump sending unit?
#74 of 75 Expedition fuel pump
May 07, 2013 (10:03 am)
I have the same problem and have been told by the dealership that the SOONEST they expect to see the part is August 15th!!!!! I want to just freak out when I hear Ford's response....they understand my frustration (yea right) and they are willing to reimburse me should they initiate a recall AS LONG AS I am in possession of my receipts (really? I think you are bound by law to do that)
But I've tried the relays, replaced the fuel filter, and now I'm going to check the wires going into it because that was a suggestion made by an ex-Ford mechanic.
Does anyone else think maybe Ford is in a dispute with their vendor for nonpayment or contract pricing negotiations????
#75 of 75 Current number of dead fords
May 08, 2013 (12:50 pm)
A service manager told me today, his computer is showing 1,281 fuel pumps on back order and projected delivery 8/15. Every state has a consumer complaint division, we should all start flooding them with emails!