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Old 02-24-2007, 11:02   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 1995 Ford F 250 Deisel Power Stroke 7.3 DIT Engine. The engine has 68000 miles on it. My problem is desiel leaking on the manifold. Is it possible the fuel pump is leaking. Does the fuel pump have a tattle tale opening like the fuel pump on a gasoline engine, that lets you know the pump is bad.
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fuel filter is on top of the engine right? if so a common leaking point is the drain on the back of the filter housing.
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Is your injector lines tight on the injector pump? Throttle shaft might be leaking also. Most likely tho the injector lines would be leaking. How many miles is on your vehicle? under most cirumstances this would not happen.
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