hey guys my truck has a pretty constant drip of fuel from the rear of the engine, only while running, I believe that this is the O rings that are on the filter bowl, Questions are i want to get these fixed tomorrow but while i am at it i want to do all the possible places, so if there is any one out there who has the link or vid that a member made that had all the sizes and a vid of where the rings were i would greatly appreciate it. My computer is a POS and keeps getting viruses and I have had to reformat so i lost the thread from my bookmarks and am unable to locate it. Thanks for the asistance!
I usually fill the tank to the brim and hit 100-130 miles before the needle comes down to the full mark, this current tank i am at just over a 1/4 tank and have 125 miles on the tank, so this is costing me a ton as well.
Also is there any special tools needed to do the job? is it easy, thinking about doing it tomorrow while i am at the FD if its easy
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