It also has a new filler tube. Thanks for the awesome product!!! Sometimes a gasket is used instead of rubber when a new cranks seal is installed. It works with new or existing well pump systems, and it does not require an external power source. About us The Leak Defender® is more than just a shiny new fuel cap…. I did do a carbon clean a while back.
This really annoys the stuffing out of me. Daan Now the weather is worsening and the rain is peeing it down, just a reminder to everyone, especially the diesel users, to keep the fuel in your tank and keep the boys on 2 wheels upright! I was given the advice to file the very top lip. If anyone has a better solution, I'm all ears, I have 4 trucks with this problem. The original neck then has to be shortened and moddified to take a roll over valve one way valve that allows air in, but not fuel out and then run a tube up to the top of the cage. I bought one from Frogs Island a short while back and it was fairly stiff and seemed a bit too small to fit - even warming it up I couldn't get it in place. I just make sure I've only got half a tank when I'm off roading, although I might have to invest in a Jerry can as that has caused problems on steep slopes before, and with a mechanical winch is a bit of a bugger! The Leak Defender® is more than just a shiny new Kenworth fuel cap…. About a year ago I noticed an oily mess around the oil cap.
It comes with dual cable output connectors for multiple sensors and will accept up to six sensors at a max distance of 600 feet. Alternately, you can always get a used one from the junk yard. Do you have the time to drive only 300km or so a day, or does it need to be transported? Distributor, Retailer, and Dropship pricing is also available. Photo - In September 2014, Heavy Truck Solutions was the first company to offer a product to stop leaking fuel caps on Kenworths. . Oil level is not going up - it is actually using oil. Instead of t seals, I use permatex ultra black, but allow at least 24hrs to cure.
Or install two new ones. No downtime, installs in minutes. The o-ring is very thin, and using anything else thicker will result in breaking the aluminium cap. I will let you know where it is coming from when I get this all solved. The picture below is what someone else's looked like--mine pretty much looked the same. I know it's fully clean inside of it.
I was skeptical at first about whether it would work, but figured I would give it a shot with the money back guarantee. The slight gap on the t-seal could be a cause, but if the sump was installed with sufficient goo then it should have filled the gap. The one from the main dealer still only about £1. Once the leak has been stopped and sensors are dry, pressing a button on the sensor restores power to the well pump. The collar has an O-ring underneath which seals to your existing fuel neck when tightened and is securely fastened with set screws. If you have a groove in the neck, there is a square cut o-ring that goes in it. The Leak Defender is more than just a shiny new western star fuel cap in under 5 minutes, you can say good-bye to constantly replacing your cap, creating makeshift remedies or entire tank stop Leaks.
The Leak Defender Cap attaches to the collar and is made with the same billet aluminum to withstand the wear and tear of everyday fueling. I re-installed the cap making sure I had re-sealed the crank seal ; then I proceeded to push rubber soaked cordage into the 't', then the upright; let it set then trimmed it; don't know if it has been successful because I've got leaks elsewhere to resolve! In under 5 minutes, you can say good-bye to constantly replacing your fuel cap, creating makeshift remedies or replacing your entire fuel tank just to stop fuel cap leaks. My 02 Jetta is leaking oil around the oil cap. Being dry the rust and the hub flange eventually looses its splines and you have no drice. If it turns out to be yer cv's then here's a wee link on how ah did mine. I carry two when on a trip.
The caps are not a great fit at the best of times. Hi All, after coming back from a run out the other weekend I noticed that there were small streaks of grease oil on the wheel, so I took the dust cap of to have a gander, it was quite moist under the dust cap and the cap had a split in it so am I to presume that its just a bit of grease run out on to the wheel at speed because the dust cap had split, or something more sinister! You'd think that they'd get it right by now, but then we'd have nothing to discuss I suppose!!! The Leak Defender meets both these needs. You will find that fuel comes out around the seal, but also through the locking mechanism. Ta muchly and spread the word! The fuel cap twists onto the collar, your new and improved sealing surface which is built to last…made with the strength of billet aluminum. Installation is easy and takes about 30 minutes. If the temp stays normal, it doesn't run out of water,and I regularly check the oil level is not milky or going up - is their any damage that can be done by driving home approx 1,500km on a failing head gasket? Anyway i don't know what you are worrying about- we are only talking about the difference between 10mpg and 11mpg- hardly goign to break the bank! I am just concerned as I had it removed, taken apart, thoroughly cleaned, actuator replaced and put back in back in January. The well pump powers it.
Not due to this small problem I may add!! Seller made sure arrived before christmas very happy fast reply. I ordered the Leak Defender for both tanks and could not believe how easy they were to install, how well they work, and how nice they look!!!! It worked instantly…No more leaking fuel and I get to keep my tanks polished and looking sharp without any leaking fuel residue! Even when tank is low, the cap is wet with fuel and there is a patch of leaked fuel on bodywork around the area. I'm doing a simerlar mod to HfH and fitting a fully sealed, aircraft style, filler. Stop fuel cap Leakssave on repair costskeep your tank cleanfast easy install. The fuel cap twists onto the collar, your new and improved sealing surface which is built to last…Made with the strength of billet aluminum.
Well as you know, mine pee,s it out!! The neck will get scratchs and dents when the fuel nozzle is put in the tank. And all later models you need to replace entire hub with all inner components, as they is not servicable. Is it excess heat or the exhaust gas leak leaking into the coolant galleries or something else? Fuel supply not been a problem and no leaking. I like your optimism Mike, but I know how to bleed the system properly, and there is a small amount of air in the top hose - just a couple of little bubbles though. When I changed the oil, I noticed that the noise-insulating foam on the engine cover has disintegrated and shed all over the engine. The fuel cap twists onto the collar, your new and improved sealing surface which is built to last…Made with the strength of billet aluminum.