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I got a friend that has a 2002 F350 that had fuel in his coolant so he took it to a shop and they replaced all of his injector cups and O rings, flushed the coolant system and all that jaz... got it back and we are still getting fuel in the coolant. What now?

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Flush again, then again, then again. And make sure the coolant cleaning solution from Ford is used, its like vc-6 or something like that.

If its still getting fuel in coolant then there might be a problem. Pull injectors and pressurize coolant system.
 

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Hood Rich
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Like mentioned... flush flush... may'be even let it sit over night and suck the top of reservoir off. Top should be fuel
 

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What is the number one cause for fuel in coolant? If you get fuel in coolant, would you smell it at the front of the truck after running? I'm not sure if its in the coolant or if I still have a fuel leak.
 

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uh..... injector cups....


and yea if its overfilling the degas bottle and spilling out... which almost always happens
 
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