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Ford Explorer pressure regulator

Asked by Gordon Tambimuttu, e-mail.

I have been told that the fuel pressure regulator in my 2000 Ford Explorer needs to be replaced, but Ford does not stock them and cannot promise to get me one. Ford customer service sent me a letter advising me to "contact parts recyclers or aftermarket suppliers for the required parts." I have tried aftermarket places, but without luck. Could you help?

Answered by CarsGuide

11 Aug 2011 Graham Smith

Like you I tried a number of aftermarket outlets here to try to find one, but couldn't, so I would suggest you could hit the Internet and get one out of America. You could try JC Whitney who had them listed in their catalogue when I checked.

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