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Old 07-27-2016, 02:22 PM
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NEED A FUEL FILTER RESERVOIR - E6TZ9K044A

Hi everybody, do any of you know where I can get a hold of a fuel filter reservoir part number - E6TZ9K044A
Trying to avoid the junk yard, called many dealers no one has it. searched online but with no luck either.
1986 e-150 302
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1986 E150 302 / Hi everybody, do any of you know where I can get a hold of a fuel filter reservoir part number:

E6TZ-9K044-A
How many would you like?

WOLFE FORD in Lidgerwood ND has 1 = 701-538-7337.

KOEHN MOTORS in Wellington KS has 1 = 620-326-5915.

JIM WILSON MOTORS in Yreka CA has 1 = 800-675-3673.

DELONG FORD in Winnemucca NV has 1 = 775-623-5001 x 1118.

RANCHLAND FORD in Broken Bow NE has 1 = 308-872-6488.

JANSSEN AND SONS FORD in Holdrege NE has 1 = 308-995-4418.

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS in Concord NC has 1 = 800-476-9653.

Call around for the best price, obsolete parts prices vary wildly from one source to anther.
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U need to change your name to say "the main man"
Been calling ford dealers all day today and no one has it... I just called the dealer u recommended in California and they have it
It not what u know it's who u know
Thank you buddy best of luck to u!!!!
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U need to change your name to say "the main man"
Been calling ford dealers all day today and no one has it... I just called the dealer u recommended in California and they have it
It not what u know it's who u know
Thank you buddy best of luck to u!!!!
All the sources I listed except for Carpenter came from the D2D .. Dealer to Dealer, FoMoCo dealer parts locator system.

Whatever Ford dealer (Galpin?) that gave you the part number, could have looked and given you the same sources that I did.

'Course, most dealers don't want to bother...
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I'll be sure to keep the list you created!
Thank you bill for taking the time to post this info!
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What he said, i have been on this site for a few years now and ND has been spot on with all kinds of information!
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I have a question of this fuel filter reservoir thing.
Any one have a picture of it and how it works?


With all the posts I have seen on this being needed and them not easy to get I wonder if something else can be made to work in it's place?


That is why I would like to see a picture and how it works.
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Yes he did!!!

Can I get you guys to tell me what you think about an issue I'm having with my mechanic?

His guy pulled the quick release fuel hose of the fuel filter resorvoir and he broke the fitting on that part now he expects me to pay for that part becuase he said that part was so old it broke....

I think that if you brake it you pay for it!
I'm in the home improvement business if I broke something in a client house while doing a job than I have to pay for it no matter what! I have twice in the past.
What's your thought ?
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I have a question of this fuel filter reservoir thing. Any one have a picture of it?
Ask and ye shall receive. Look for 9K044 in pic.

btw: Of course the fittings could be brittle after 30 years have passed by. But anyone that works on similar systems should know this and so...be prepared.

Mechanic broke it, so mechanic should pay for it.

btw part II: The only mechanic I know in the Valley (a former Ford parts guy) works on old rolling piles of misery (owns Mustang Service Center in NoHo), so I doubt he'd work on a 1986 E150.
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In my opinion it would take a good mechanic an hour to dianose my fuel cut off no start when the weather is hot!
All these mechanics are parts dumpers they don't really diagnose the problem in order to be a 100% sure!
I've been watching pro named scannerdanner on youtube this guy is great he will find the root of the problem and fix the issue!
I wish I could go to him for the problems I'm having but he is in penselvenya
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If I break something, regardless of the part's age, I feel responsible. If the mechanic has ethics, they will feel the same way. They are charging more than enough as it is with 100% + on parts mark-up and labor on top of that. When You call a parts store for a price on a part, You get retail. When a Dealer or Jobber calls they get 25% over cost for customer retention reasons. It's no skin off their noses to make it right unless they are driven by pure greed. When I call for for parts, I still give Dealer Codes and request that it be put on "a cash ticket" and they oblige. 25 % over cost and no sales tax. ND knows this old trick. It's been used by many, for many years. It evens the score.
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With a 40 or 45% mark up, the usual discount is 20 or 25% off the list price.

I don't know of anyone that adds 25% to the cost price.
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In my opinion it would take a good mechanic an hour to dianose my fuel cut off no start when the weather is hot!
All these mechanics are parts dumpers they don't really diagnose the problem in order to be a 100% sure!
I've been watching pro named scannerdanner on youtube this guy is great he will find the root of the problem and fix the issue!
I wish I could go to him for the problems I'm having but he is in penselvenya
OK....First of all it's "Pennsylvania" and secondly "diagnose".
Lastly, if you really wanted this
"so-called Guru" to fix your problem, You would have commented on the video with a request instead of "singing his praises" here. Take the time to put your vehicle's specs in your signature and then describe your issue in as much detail as possible so we can try to sort out the issue....Rome was not built in a day, nor was punctuation or spell check according to your post.....obviously.
Given Your user name, it seems as though you do not have much respect for your truck Given the body of your text, IMO, your opinion doesn't carry much weight here (again, IMO). I'm thinking that maybe you would be better off in a DUB or DONK Forum. But, like You, I am entitled to an opinion.
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