2010 ford f150 having issues starting only after i get gas. Will start fine every other time. No issues with mileage performance or response from gas peddle, only starting once fone filling up.

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Asked by Dec 20, 2014 at 08:36 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You may need a new gas cap,or make sure the one you have has good seal,and is tight.

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This has the easy fill system, no gas cap.

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If it has easy fill,there may be and issue with the tank evaporator,which hold,s pressure to the fuel system,go have it checked,it will cause tank not to hold fuel pressure,and will lose the pressure when you add gas to tank.

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It could be the fuel pump . You should check the fuel pump before anything else and then you go and check the gas cap , and it could also be with pressure . Good Luck !

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