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You totally needed to leave it open longer up to 10 minutes or longer and grab a hose to route the fuel into a bucket or catch can. It's not draining from the fuel tank, just what is in the filter system and fuel pump. I save the fuel to start fires and such on my farm and detar cars lol (hillbilly degreaser). Chip and seal roads kinda suck.
As for the grime I would suggest checking the filter in about 500 miles and see if there is build up. Dirty fuel would be my best guess. Post a pic if you took one. Change your fueling spot for a full tank?
Are you using additives? It might help?
Stanadyne performance blend has been the proven best off the shelf. It's what Ford private labels. You can find rarely at truck stops or a diesel service station.
2008 F250 CCSB Lariat
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