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post #1 of 15 Old 12-06-2010, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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fuel leak???

seems my 97 f350 7.3l it leaking a decent amount of fuel
runs fine just leaks
is it a hard fix? or is it something i should worry about

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Where is it leaking from?
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Where is it leaking from?
im guessing the fuel pump?
seems like its coming from the back of the motor
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check the drain valve the o-rings go bad

1995 ford f350 4x4 xlt 163,xxx miles. 4 inch mbrp turbo back exhaust,6637 filter mod, gauges,ts 6 pos chip
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check the drain valve the o-rings go bad
where exactly would the be?
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its the yellow lever by the fuel filter

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its the yellow lever by the fuel filter
10-4 will try to find the leak 2morrow
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hope u fix it

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check the drain valve the o-rings go bad
thats what I was gonna suggest
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ok i found the leak, now the question is how hard is it to fix?

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