gas tank n"easy fuel) ford escape 2010 is on ion dash board how can i fix the problem

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Asked by May 10, 2014 at 10:43 PM about the Ford Escape

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28,325

Sorry, I don't understand your concern. Would you restate it please?

124,055

The easy fuel filler that you push out of the way with fuel nozzle is not sealing properly when nozzle is removed from filler neck. Have light reset and insert fuel nozzle repeatedly in filler neck. Most times this will cure this issue.

28,325

Ok. Now I understand. I saw one last week in our shop that failed. We had to replace the filler neck. It looked like the internal mechanisms had broken loose,

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124,055

Thanks Tracy. That's probably this owners issue too. They have been fighting this issue for a week or two.

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