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Fuel leak

I have a fuel leak in the v of my 1995 ford f250.I changed the o-rings on the fuel filter canister. Is there an other common place it leaks in there? Or did I not fix something right?
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The most common are
Orings on the fuel bowl
Fuel pump
Small rubber fuel hoses
Cracks in bottom of fuel bowl


You'll have to clean it up reall good and see where it's coming from
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I did find my problem. There was a hose clamp that I didn't tighten.
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I am still having some leaking in the valley of the engine I am thinking it might be the pump. Will changing the seal take care of that or should I replace the pump?
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Check the lines that com off the fuel bowl/ reg. that rune to the front of the heads 9/16 head on them see if they are tight. Also inspect them for rott i have 140k on my truck and am replaceing them rite now. Using efi hose hope it works
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Check this sensor as it is a common leak point. Not out of the thread area but where the wire connection is located. Hard to see because it's usually 1 or 2 drips per second, fuel Filter Restriction Sensor ...

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My hoses where split
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