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2006 Ford Powerstroke Ambulance (Fuel line leak)


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Here you go gang...

 

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I got hired by Riggins City to fix their ambulance. The fuel lines between the fuel filter on the frame to the first connectors have an issue with leaking fuel. Last fire call I went on the EMT's handled the passengers in the vehicles and hauled to Grangeville ID. Needless to say the ambulance left a puddle of diesel in the ER bay.

 

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The fuel lines are expensive $250... Ugh!

 

But you can see the residue on the frame and diff... This is the only fuel plumbing in this area and no part store carries this part. 

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