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Old 11-16-2006, 10:21 AM
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Cracked Fuel Housing

I have fuel leaking in the valley. I thought it was a simple fix with the o rings. I was going to fix it then remembered that I already had it at the dealership where I bought it from to have them fix what I thought was an oil leak. Well it is not oil leaking it is diesel. Any how I call the place where I bought and they said even though it is out of warranty bring it in. So I did and after they looked at it they determined that the housing was cracked.
They want $1,500.00 to fix it!!!! Of course I went up there to speak with the power to be's and now I am paying $200.00. They are changing my oil and providing me a rental car also included in the price.

Sorry for the long post, my question has anyone ever had a cracked fuel housing? What can cause this?
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Old 11-16-2006, 12:43 PM
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What year is it??
I have seen probably six or seven 94.5-97 where the bottom of the filter housing pit out and get a hole in the bottom of it. I have never seen one crack.
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Old 11-16-2006, 12:45 PM
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What year is it??
I have seen probably six or seven 94.5-97 where the bottom of the filter housing pit out and get a hole in the bottom of it. I have never seen one crack.
It is a 2000. Not sure as of now if it is a crack or a hole/pit. Hopefully the truck will be done tomorrow then I will have more updates.
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