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Old 03-29-2005, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

Well after I gelled up this winter, the fuel filter housing started leaking. At first, it wasn't much at all, but now it has become increasingly more, to the point I can't park in the driveway anymore cause of the stains. I figured it's just an o-ring to replace, but have never taken it apart before. I'm basically looking for a picture diagram of the housing with parts needed to replace all things that leak. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

First question would be, "Have you determined WHERE it is leaking from"?
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Re: Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

It's funny you mentioned that, no I have not done so. The last time I was under the hood, there were pools on the intake manifold. But in doing searching, I should have a strong smell of diesel and I don't. I went out this morning and dipped my finger in the puddle and it appears to be oil and not fuel. What on top of the engine would leak oil. Any known problem areas for me to look at in my hunt for the leak? Thanks again.
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Re: Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

HPOP. (High Pressure Oil Pump) under the filter housing.
Check the lines that run to the each head. The O-rings are known to blow.
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Re: Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

Well I feel like a total and complete idiot. I did have a slight fuel leak at the drain valve (cost me 85 cents to fix thanks to you guys), but the main leak which was leaving puddles was in fact oil and it was comming from the filter. The damn filter was so freaking loose. I tightened it, but I guess since grit got through already, it won't seal totally up. I'm do for an oil change. I will not be going be to Pep-boys anymore. It was a shame too, since they only charged like $53 for an oil change using Rotella oil. Oh well, live and learn, just glad I learned before the engine went bye-bye. She was about 4qts low. Oh and before you ask why, I don't have the facilities to do oil changes in the winter. During the nicer weather, I do my own oil changes...

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Re: Need factory fuel filter housing assembly diagram

Richochet!

Glad you found your problem before you had bigger problems!

Anyway, just for future reference, if you do need a blown-up diagram of different subsystems (including the filter assembly), the Powerstroke.com website has system diagrams when you click on Model Year Specific parts search... In this case here's the link:

Link to Fuel Filter Assembly

These appear to be Ford diagrams as I believe this is a dealer's site.

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