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Old 11-29-2021, 11:11 PM   #1
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2000 Bounder 39z Fuel Filter

I am having a leak from the top fuel filter. I tried replacing the filter and O-ring seal but it is still leaking. I think I need to replace the entire housing but wanted to see if anyone had any experience with this. It has the Cummings 275 24 valve engine in it.
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Do you still have an OLD O-ring in place that is causing the leak?
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Do you still have an OLD O-ring in place that is causing the leak?

Yup, verify that the old filter still has its seals/O rings on it and not stuck to the filter housing, meaning you have two of some seal/O ring.


Also, verify you have the correct PN/filter.
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