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Fuel leak

Anybody have experience with this? Its the black column piece under the yellow lever to relieve fuel when you do a fuel filter change. Its leaking right under the black column piece. In the second pic its coming from right under the made in usa black label. Fuel leak-imageuploadedbyag-free1388095838.457775.jpgFuel leak-imageuploadedbyag-free1388095854.009209.jpg


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http://www.dieselorings.com/1999-200...ts/12-001.html

Is this what i need? If so big thanks to Ramstein for the link in a previous thread


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Yeah. I'd say that's what ya need. I replaced my entire water separater valve a few weeks ago. Cost me 40 sum bucks at O'Riellys. Just 4 bolts and a rubber line to take it off. If u do it urself remember to put something down to drain fuel into from the fuel bowl.

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most common fuel leak on a 7.3, its a matter of when not if it leaks

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That's what I figured thanks guys. Sure enough it's just a drip that starts when you turn the key forward. Looks like it will take all of ten minutes to swap. Definitely going to order from dieselorings
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Alright got me the complete replacement valve and the high quality o rings plus my racor fuel filter and oem filter cap all on the way
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sounds like your all set to go

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