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Rover 200 diesel

Diesel leaking from rear of car around fuel tank somewhere

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Get car to garage put on ramp and steam clean tank.
Tanknmay have split

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I end to fix it on my way i bough universal brake steel tube and one connector and i disconnect from the rubber flex pipe and cut flash the old pipe one foot from front before fuel tank where old pipe still in good shape i put connector between old pipe and new pipe on back end i put regular universal tube fitting.
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Hi, My brothers 250 had the same problem and is now fixed.The fuel pump in each tank has a check valve that allows the fuel to run in one direction only. When this valve fails to close fuel runs into that tank when the other pump is running. We replaced the pump and all is well. Dan

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there should be two straps holding the tank in place,,,,if you remove them the tank should drop down to where you can disconnect the feeder hose and go from there

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Check the usual things: like a stuck thermostat, a slipping water pump belt and a clogged radiator.  Then check that the cooling fans are turning on...they consist of a temp sensor, a relay and the fan motors.  If all these are correct brace yourself for a blown head gasket.  This is indicated by exhaust smell in the coolant and a lot of pressure in the cooling system.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuel leaks from rear tank to front.

The leaking from one tank to another was covered by a recall from Ford. Not sure if they still foot the bill for installation of the required check valves. These are still available from the dealership. The rear one is the hardest to install. The check valve can be installed without pulling the rear tank. As for your front sender I would clean all of the connections to the sender and make sure it has a decent ground. If it still only reads at the 1/4 tank level you will have to replace the sender to rectify the problem.

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