So i just got back from Iraq this week and have been cleaning up and doing maintenance on my new to me 96 7.3 CCLB. First off, this truck ROCKS! Huge, loud and totally American in every way So after idling for about a half hour we noticed a small fuel leak dripping off the back of the engine. checked the valley area and found a puddle, so we got to digging in. took out the fuel bowl, cleaned it up and replaced the filter (btw, how important is the fuel warmer wire inside the bowl?) found a few rubber lines coming off the back of the fuel bowl that were cracked so we cut new pieces and replaced them. after putting it all back together, primed the system and started it back up, it was still leaking. checked with the engine running and its spitting fuel out of what looks like a fuel regulator (3 rubber fuel lines run from the fuel bowl to this mystery component). what is it and how difficult is it to replace?