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02-24-2020 14:37:26

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I have a ford 6610 with diesel leaking somewhere about the gas tank, I see the diesel running down the side of the tank. Do I need to remove the hood of the tractor to find the leak?

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02-26-2020 17:17:22

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 Re: FORD 6610 GAS TANK in reply to robc, 02-24-2020 14:37:26  
The return line goes up the front of the tank behind the battery, open the hood and swing the battery out, then look to see if you can find where it's leaking.

I did have to unbolt the hood but didn't take it off to fix mine.

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02-26-2020 16:35:55

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 Re: FORD 6610 GAS TANK in reply to robc, 02-24-2020 14:37:26  
Do I have to remove the hood of the Tractor to access the return line or is a another way to get to it?

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02-25-2020 06:32:47

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 Re: FORD 6610 GAS TANK in reply to robc, 02-24-2020 14:37:26  
Had that happen on MIL's 5600 a few weeks ago, the short rubber section that fits over the tank connection slipped off.

Had to take the tank shroud loose to lift it up enough to reinstall the hose.

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02-24-2020 15:30:58

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 Re: FORD 6610 GAS TANK in reply to robc, 02-24-2020 14:37:26  
It's most likely related to the return line going back into the tank filler neck. Either the tube going into the tank has come loose, and/or the hose is loose or cracked. I've seen it all.

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