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Diesel fumes in cab, leak in well, dealer says I need to replace the whole fuel bowl

...and I'm calling BS He said the bowl is cracked, that thats a common problem with 7.3s. and it's an expensive repair that takes about four hours.

I'm thinking I need to get a fuel bowl rebuild kit from Guzzle's and save the $200.00 + for a new bowl plus another $2-$300.00 labor. How does a metal bowl crack? Has anyone heard of this "common problem"?

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I haven't. My o-rings were leaking replaced those and the leak is gone.


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why don't you just brake clean it all off good and run it and check for yourself?
i have seen them crack, BTW. that's not to say that they aren't misdiagnosing it

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