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Old 12-19-2013, 11:26 PM   #1
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Anybody had electrical issues with their newer trucks? My truck had the hill decent control fault code on the display. My wife went to the store, the code was there after pulling out of the driveway, then after shopping, the code went away?!? Also, the parking sensors seem intermittent. And lastly any advice on fuel fill door sticking...not the door that is on the body, but the small flap where you put the gas nozzle into the filler neck. I tried filling up the other day and could not get the nozzle in the filler neck. I had to slam the nozzle against it several times before it finally opened up! I didn't think I was going to be able to fill up. I need some help!?!?
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Anybody had electrical issues with their newer trucks? My truck had the hill decent control fault code on the display. My wife went to the store, the code was there after pulling out of the driveway, then after shopping, the code went away?!? Also, the parking sensors seem intermittent. And lastly any advice on fuel fill door sticking...not the door that is on the body, but the small flap where you put the gas nozzle into the filler neck. I tried filling up the other day and could not get the nozzle in the filler neck...
It sounds like you have a nice list of things for your dealership to check out, Sgt_Syke. I'm happy to loop in your regional customer service manager as well; just shoot a PM my way with your details (full name, best daytime phone number, VIN, mileage, servicing dealership info) and I'll move this up the line.

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Sgt, sorry I can't help you with the electrical problems. But, the problem with the fuel filler neck could have been the gas nozzle at the station. Some have had this problem, and found it wasn't the filler neck. Just a thought.
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capless system...or nozzles....i ran into one station up north with a newer nozzle. it didn't fit/open switched to another pump....guess everyone will run into this problem at some point..
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Thanks for that vid Steve. I will now be on the lookout for these nozzles in my area. No need to get in a pickle because of OPW.


On a side note. If that little news girl called me wanting something, I would walk it to her........
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Um, ok Miss Newscaster, there is a problem. What should We look out for and do about it if it happens?
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I used the jerry can filler thing that comes with the truck to open it... then the gas station nozzle was able to open right after... soon after I seen a post telling you to inspect the gas nozzle for a pulled off or missing tip... I do remember the nozzle that gave me problems was pulled apart on the end... glad it didn't fall into my tank.
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This shows pictures of the nozzles that could stick or drop parts into you tank


http://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conten...=1251734739239
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Um, ok Miss Newscaster, there is a problem. What should We look out for and do about it if it happens?
@scole, I guess it's like the old saying goes, "If it don't fit, don't force it".
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