No, if entire fuel system is replaced and you keep clean fuel in it you should be good. There is no reason to test oil for metal. Just get the fuel system fixed and maintain the crap out of it, id change fuel filters every 10k miles and drain fuel/water separator every month. Once again if fuel was not contaminated it should be covered under warranty.
I have the 2015 6.7 with fuel pump failure. If they get the new parts put in where does that leave me, do I sit on pins and needles until a total failure? Would you test the oil for metal and motor problems, at what intervals. Is there any followup things you would check? Thanks for your opinion!
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