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Old 11-01-2010, 10:47 AM
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FPR screen question, 97 f250 7.3 turbo

Just got most of the way through servicing the fuel delivery system for my f250 and noticed that the screen between fpr and fuel bowel came off (it was snagging my gloves the whole time) how important is that thing, should i take the time to split the fpr from the fuel bowel and replace it or can I shove the screen in from inside the fuel bowel or can i use some stainless steel wool and stuff the port from the bowl? the o ring is fine and in place. The componnet behind the fpr screen was peeking out a bit when I put it back together but it all seems to have mated up well. thanks
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