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Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
Part Number: RF54360001
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$29.49
AS189 Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
Part Number: SIAS189
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225-1035 Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
Part Number: WKP2251035
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Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Customer Reviews

Worked for my 97 Ford F-150 extended cab 6 cyl 4.2. HOWEVER - Ordered on the 3rd said it would be here on the 5th - arrived on the 17th. Product is fine- delivery was not.
Cheryl L Stevens
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Purchased on Dec 01, 2020
It looked just like there photo and fit and worked as it should.
Ivan Ivan
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Purchased on Sep 06, 2019
Replacement Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
Jul 24, 2019
1st time user
Part is correct and arrived quickly. Thanks
Michael Reid
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Purchased on Jul 16, 2019

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P0451 Code: Evaporative Emission System Pressure Sensor / Switch Range / PerformanceThe EVAP Pressure Sensor, also known as a Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor is a device that measures air pressure or vacuum in the evaporative emission (EVAP) system. This sensor is typically found on top of or inside of the fuel tank.
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