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Vapor management valve
2011 Ford Expedition

Vapor management valve

(2011 Ford Expedition)
2011 expedition (122,000 miles) started with a "check fuel fill inlet" light. Took into mechanic and $500+ later they replaced fuel filler. 2 weeks later "check engine" light comes on. Mechanic says its a bad o2 sensor. I know there are 4 and I left. I looked online and says pretty easy to replace. After I left "check engine" light is no longer on but the "check fuel fill inlet" light is back on. Someone said it might be my vapor management valve that needs to be replaced (EVAP IS WHAT I THINK THEY CALLED IT). HELP!
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Nothing
How long have you had this problem? 3 weeks
Tags: check fuel fill inlet li, ford, expedition
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on May 20, 2019
$500 later a fuel filter was replaced?!

You need a new "mechanic" -- especially since the problem was never resolved.

Guessing is going to get you nowhere, just like the guessing your "mechanic" did. Seek professional guidance from a reputable shop - here's a list of folks near you:

https://repairpal.com/repair-shops/ford-repair-and-service-in-sugar-land-texas
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on May 20, 2019
$500 later a fuel filter was replaced?!

You need a new "mechanic" -- especially since the problem was never resolved.

Guessing is going to get you nowhere, just like the guessing your "mechanic" did. Seek professional guidance from a reputable shop - here's a list of folks near you:

https://repairpal.com/repair-shops/ford-repair-and-service-in-sugar-land-texas
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