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Old 01-04-2017, 05:51 PM   #1
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Diesel pusher fuel leak.

I have a 40ft diesel pusher and I diesel fuel is on the ground if I fill it up, I think there is a leak in the neck going to my tank, has anyone ever replaced one? and is it difficult?
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I doubt it's the actual filler neck, While I'm not familiar with your coach, there should be a hose connecting the filler neck to tank, it might be only a few inches to a few feet long.

If you can safely get under coach you should be able to see it. Might not be bad to change.....
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Could be just a loose clamp on the hose. You need to crawl under and look.
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And keep in mind that when the tank overfills or 'burps' there is often fuel cascading down the side of the coach or through a weep hole near the nozzle receptacle ...
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