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post #1 of 4 Old 12-16-2009, 06:54 AM Thread Starter
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Fuel Valve O-Rings

What are the odds of my now non-leaking fuel valve o-rings starting to leak when I close/open it to change my fuel filter?

Was wondering if I should just order new rings and wait or go ahead and do it now?
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They are cheap from Replacement O-rings for Ford Diesel Engines shipping is real cheap too.
Easy to swap out. I woul dorder them. If it leaks replace them.

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Slim, and most of the time there might be a small piece of debri and opening and closing a couple more times will reseal the drain!!! No worries

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Slim, and most of the time there might be a small piece of debri and opening and closing a couple more times will reseal the drain!!! No worries


Ditto.....that or enough of that mysterious black ( how did this carbon gunk get in my fuel bowl ) stuff will eventually stop the leak.

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