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Asked by Mar 19, 2016 at 01:36 AM about the 2002 Ford Explorer XLT

Question type: General

Do you know what the part is called that
stops the air in the gas.  Also would that be
the part that wont let my truck start, I have
to put my explorer in neutral and it takes me
3 times to start it.

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If your getting air in the fuel something is wrong in the tank with the pump assembly, and yes too much air will not allow it too start. If you do replace the pump assembly don't forget to replace the fuel filter and fuel pump relay, a lot of forget to replace these and then they still have problems.

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