Any of y’all work at a ford dealership? I decided to annihilate the mirror on my wife’s explorer tonight. Of course it’s got more bells and whistles than my whole truck does.
Like this? https://knoxauto.autopartsearch.com...21-1004746983?application=72864069-21372406272015 Ford Explorer sport. it’s got every option. the trim piece is painted black. But the car is that metallic grey. Passenger side.
I have already spoken to the fuel station, they are on the hook, my issue is what happens in 18 months when the fuel pump goes out or worst case scenario the motor goes kaboom! That being said, I drove it and the technician drove it and it seems fine so maybe the next 150,000 miles will be better than the first 150.I think you insurance will cover that and the company you bought the fuel from should cover the cost !
Close! Mine is black on the top.Like this? https://knoxauto.autopartsearch.com...21-1004746983?application=72864069-2137240627
It's in Knoxville but they ship. Still $390 but if it's the right color, it's a 15 minute fix.
Update: Ford dealer where the truck lives says they need a new high pressure pump after replacing the low pressure pump. Truck is throwing a high pressure fuel sensor code but the dealer is saying the high pressure pump is rusted. The water was in the tank for less than 24 hours, drained and the fuel system was flushed with diesel and fuel treatment...can there still be residual water left in the fuel system to cause rust? I think the dealer in Texas saw that the truck has been in the shop for water so they are trying to make a killing on the truck. I have a truck with 6,000 miles that has had no problems from 150 miles to 5,900 miles and all of a sudden it needs a whole new fuel system. Am I wrong for being skeptical? If it is throwing a bad sensor code why would the dealer not just change the sensor and see how that works instead of jumping straight to the $10K option.