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Question put ipr sensor spacer on backwards?

i found nut and spacer buried in the muck in the valley when i changed the lift pump and fuel lines. is this a big problem? it's a 96 f250 with a 7.3 powerstroke auto
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If you put them back on, it shouldn't be a problem. Waht did you mean by backwards? The coil goes on first, then the spacer with the flange towards the coil, then the nut. Cheers!

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the coil was still on but floating around. then put the spacer on flange towards nut. looks like they have been off awhile. only real conplant i have is rough idle at stop after coming off highway before fixing ipr.

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bump????????
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well looks like fuel leaks fixed and idles better. so i think i leave it a lone for now

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