hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
50,735 miles

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2002 Ford E-350 fuel system problems

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2002 Ford E-350 Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 012011

E-350 8-cyl Diesel

  • miles


2002 Ford E-350. S10 direct reply-request financial assistance related to the repairs of his truck due to the federal grant mandated chemical additives to diesel fuel, chemical additives have caused the de-lamination of the fuel tank the consumer stated the loose laminate material damaged the fuel pump, fuel filter and fuel lines and prevented the operation of the vehicle. The consumer stated the replacement of his fuel tank, pump, filter and lines would cost $4,000. The consumer is seeking financial assistance because the root cause of the situation stemmed from a government mandate. Updated 10/18/11. The consumer stated the engine stopped, with no warning, on a busy highway. Updated 11/10/11.

- Philadelphia, PA, USA

problem #3

May 102010


  • 53,000 miles
Delamination of Ford fuel tanks causing decrease speed.

- Parma, OH, USA

problem #2

May 122009

E-350 Diesel

  • 65,000 miles
2002 Ford E350 diesel van. We bought the van with 32K miles on it. We replaced the first gas tank with 65K miles in pa after it broke down on I-81. We replaced the second gas tank at 80K miles at otis Ford in quogue, NY. We are now going to replace the tank again, tank #3, because the same issue is happening again. The inside of the fuel tank has been delaminating and causing the fuel filter to become clogged. The van will lose power and chug along spewing out black smoke. It has been a known problem by Ford yet they claim it is not their fault. This has become a very expensive problem and under the right conditions with the lack of power has the potential to cause an accident.

- Riverhead, NY, USA

problem #1

Jul 212008


  • 84,940 miles
Delaminating fuel tanks on Ford E-350 ambulances. Causes damage to the fuel pump then stalling where it needs to be towed. This situation is with patients on board. This problem needs to be checked out and recalls done. The cost to repair is $1,370.46 per truck. We own 8 of them all with the same problem.

- Morris Plains, NJ, USA

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