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Old 08-29-2006, 06:45 PM   #1
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A few weeks ago I posted a question concerning a fuel tank leak problem in our E350 based motorhome. Had the tank dropped today and the problem was apparent. When the tank was assembled the "O" ring that seals the fuel pump access hole was kinked and cut. As suspected the leak was there when the motorhome was built and probably when the chassis left Ford. A few hours labor and a new "O" ring fixed the problem.
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A few weeks ago I posted a question concerning a fuel tank leak problem in our E350 based motorhome. Had the tank dropped today and the problem was apparent. When the tank was assembled the "O" ring that seals the fuel pump access hole was kinked and cut. As suspected the leak was there when the motorhome was built and probably when the chassis left Ford. A few hours labor and a new "O" ring fixed the problem.
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Try calling Ford and see if they will pay for the repair?
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