Question about Ford F-250
No the mechanic is right, this problem is caused by the new (in use about 12 years) clean burning diesel fuel mandated by the Feds, it eats up all the injector seals, the new seals are Viton synthetic rubber and are not affected, ford was doing this repair for free for years as it is a fire hazard, we did hundreds at my Ford dealer, I really suggest u have the Ford dealer repair this, there are other parts that may need to be replaced as well, the injector pump seals fail also.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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