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Diesel pours out the top of the filter - 1994 Chevrolet K2500

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Not too familiar with this particular motor, but I work on semi's for a living. Sometimes when you get those filters changed, the gasket may have not been seated correctly or they over-tightened it crimping the gasket causing it to leak.

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These engines are the toughest on the planet. You can DEFINATELY get the engine running again, and cheap. Here's how:

First, DO NOT use starting fluid on any diesel. It'll make it go big bang due to the compression being twice that of a gas engine.

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Diesel fuel grows a type of algae after sitting awhile. It'll be black and nasty and it clogs stuff. You 300D has a screen filter in tank, and then a plaster prefilter as well a secondary spin on filter on the engine.

1. Make sure your battery is fully charged. If bad, then replace it with a new one. Mercedes uses big batteries, but they're only about $85.

2. Replace the plastic pre-filter. About $5. It's on the driver's side of the engine, near the hand pump. Just unscrew the two hose clamps and insert new one. The old one may be black inside due to gunk.

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It'll have a 90 degree elbow on in it. It's right about the "FEED" label in the pic, just below the injection pump. Just unscrew the two hose clamps and pull out filter. It may be black at this point. You'll only lose a small amount of diesel, It's not pressurized.

3. Now replace your spin on fuel filter, bout $10.
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Fill it to the tippy-top, then screw back onto bolt. Tighten that top bolt so as not to leak.

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If the gunk is really bad, you may have to go back and clean that in-tank screen, but this should get you going for now!

Please leave feedback if this helps you out! Good luck!

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