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Old 01-07-2014, 06:32 PM
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95 f250 7.3

Less than 200k
New flywheel, clutch, drums /shoes, batteries, heat works, and air is ice cold.
3" Down Pipe with megaflow flow exhaust. It has fuel leak in the valley of motor. He replaced lift pump. He selling it for 5k so i might sweep it up
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Old 01-07-2014, 08:33 PM
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Ok, is there a question here? Are you telling us about it with no piks? Click the wrong button? What's up
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Lol my bad I hit post instead of save draft. I was wondering what to look for?. I think fuel in valley be a line or a weephole on the pump?
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:26 PM
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there are all kinds of things in the valley that can leak fuel orings on the fuel bowl, sensors of the fuel bowl, three rubber lines to the fuel pump, weep hole on the fuel pump, crush washers at the banjo bolt, the metal line under the turbo.

as for what else to check check the turbo for pitting, check for blowby with the oil cap test, test the steering to see if it is loose, check the radiator support and oil pan especially and the whole truck for rust. auto check the fluid for signs of over heating/burnt smell. make sure it goes through all gears like it should, manual check the clutch bushing for wear. if the seller will let you pull the inspect cover and look at the flywheel if it is a dual mass flywheel. check u joints for slop make sure th 4x4 works if it is 4x4. that's all i can think of now.
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