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1996 F250 fuel system

i have a 1996 f250 7.3, im trying to figure out what the junction is that bolts to the fuel filter housing. the fuel pressure regulator is a part of this junction as well as the water in fuel sensor. can anyone help?
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i have a 1996 f250 7.3, im trying to figure out what the junction is that bolts to the fuel filter housing. the fuel pressure regulator is a part of this junction as well as the water in fuel sensor. can anyone help?
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IF I understand your question, those bolts (there are two) are precisely to join the FPR to the fluel filter housing, but if I missunderstood, this is a BUMP for you. But the water in fuel sensor is not part of that, its the fuel restriction sensor IIRC.

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its the junction that those two bolts are holding to the housing, mine is cracked and leaking. it has 2 rubber lines that connect to it and two solid lines to it. plus that sensor. i am trying to figure out what that whole junction that all those things connect to is?
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its the junction that those two bolts are holding to the housing, mine is cracked and leaking. it has 2 rubber lines that connect to it and two solid lines to it. plus that sensor. i am trying to figure out what that whole junction that all those things connect to is?
Thats the FPR (fuel pressure regulator)

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