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post #1 of 5 Old 03-03-2013, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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fuel leak

I have a 2001 ford f250 4x4 crew cab i bought in texas, i had no leaks of any sort in texas drove to pittsburgh pa it around 20 dgrees truck sat pluged in for a day or so i went to move it ,it started on the second try blew some white smoke, not much but i noticed fuel leaking comeing down around the front of transmission and bell housing what happen?
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Here is a fuel diagram on the motor, might help you look at some the lines
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99 f350, 4inch exhaust, 6637 filter, tuner.
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probably fuel bowl drain. pretty common. check out guzzles site, it will show you have to rebuild

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fuel leak

Yea just order a fuel bowl o ring rebuild kit and get it over with you could just do the drain valve but it just quicker to do all o them and be done. Def check out guzzles page great directions


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inspect the p/s fuel line, running thru the "P" clamp.

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