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post #1 of 5 Old 11-24-2007, 01:44 PM Thread Starter
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99 7.3 leaking fuel

I have a 99 7.3 that is leaking fuel into the V of the Engine. It looks like it is comming from the bottom of the filter housing. any ideas
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The O rings at the drain are leaking, replace them asap, fire aint good, There are several companys that make the repair kit, under 20.00, do it now.

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not trying to hijack your thread but friday morning i went to move my truck to let my wife out of the garage and i noticed a huge puddle of green liquid and was like omg and i got closer and it was from the turkey fyer peanut oil guess as it got cold it turned green. i have those orings if you want to buy them btw. i bought 2 extra sets.

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Here is a nice writeup with pics Separator Valve Rebuild

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When the seperator valve O rings go they will usually leak out the drain line. Not saying this isn't your problem but a good visual inspection looking for loose or cracked fittings would be a good idea. The Mirror on a stick and a flashlight are a big help.

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