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Old 06-01-2011, 08:25 PM
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There is that funky little plug thats in the front (as it sits in the engine bay) of the FPR. I had a leak there when I pressure tested a rebuild last weekend. I'll take a pic of it just for fun.
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That would be it Jose. Here is the pic I took.

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Idk what hole I was talking about, thought there was one, coulda sworn i read something somewhere, or the fact I had seen bits of fuel in the valley b4... But anyways the parts guy at my local Stealership told me it was $100 wholesale, told him I needed the Fuel Filter Housing, thats the price he give me, what would one normally run??? My Dad has a guy he knows going to try and patch the hole in mine tonight... dono how its gona work out though.
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That would be it Jose. Here is the pic I took.
Well only part of the towel in on focus. LOL jk.
This is the first time I heard that a leak could come from that plug or whatever it be. Do you know what is for? or is just a plug??.
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Idk what hole I was talking about, thought there was one, coulda sworn i read something somewhere, or the fact I had seen bits of fuel in the valley b4... But anyways the parts guy at my local Stealership told me it was $100 wholesale, told him I needed the Fuel Filter Housing, thats the price he give me, what would one normally run??? My Dad has a guy he knows going to try and patch the hole in mine tonight... dono how its gona work out though.
Maybe you could take some pics of the "hole" and we will see what are you talking about. I think it could be welded anyway.
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I talked to the guy this morning and he said it was a success, ill let it sit till tommorow and ill put it on.
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I'd just like to know how these holes appear... Metal Fatigue?
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I'd just like to know how these holes appear... Metal Fatigue?
Do you have a pic of the hole?
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Nope its already patched up lol.
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Nope its already patched up lol.

OH, came on!, we wanted to see that "weep hole". Can you have a pic of the patch
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Hell im sorry lol, It sure was a "weep hole" when it was jetting diesel out of it. Ill post a pic of patch tommorow.
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Hell im sorry lol, It sure was a "weep hole" when it was jetting diesel out of it. Ill post a pic of patch tommorow.

Just wainting for the pic. LOL.
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that pic looks like what ford calls a "fuel filter header". the dealership wants over $400.00 for a new one. I am needing the little plastic ball that sits behind the orifice vent if anyone knows where i might be able to find one. ford dealership claims that the cant get me just the ball. they want to sell me the whole thing. any ideas would be great!!! thank you.
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that pic looks like what ford calls a "fuel filter header". the dealership wants over $400.00 for a new one. I am needing the little plastic ball that sits behind the orifice vent if anyone knows where i might be able to find one. ford dealership claims that the cant get me just the ball. they want to sell me the whole thing. any ideas would be great!!! thank you.
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Second I dont think you could get ONLY the plastic ball, you have to get the whole kit.

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