So not knowing any better I went to my local napa and picked up a fuel filter without hesitation. It rode under the back seat for a couple weeks until I got time to change it, whch is today. I already had the passenger side wheel liner pulled halfway off to drain the coolant(which really makes a terrible mess by the way) and looked up and said hey this is a great time to change that fuel filter! this should take about 3 minutes! So I took the old filter off and threw it in the trash, got the new filter out from under the back seat and opened the box...what the hell is this plastic crap? Oh well they don't make things like they used to. went to put the wif sensor in and had to wrench it the whole way on! The threads must have been cut wrong or something because it spun right out of the filter that I took off(which said ac delco on it by the way) anyway I finally got it screwed in there and spun it onto the housing...primed it up and bled it and checked for leaks...guess what...it leaks! Apparently I had to use so much force to get the sensor screwed in that I deformed the sealing surface. So I tried to unscrew my sensor and in doing so it cracked. Luckily the wife was already in town and I had her go to the dealer and get a new filter and sensor. I will install it in the morning. Congrats napa you lost a customer when it comes to fuel filters.
2007 Chevy 2500HD CLASSIC LBZ crew cab long bed LT 4X4 EFI Live by ATP...stock, heavy tow with brake, light tow with brake, street/economy, FUN 120HP ...MBRP 4" downpipe back with muffler, Edge CTS for gauges and edge expandable EGT probe, ppe frprv shim kit, egr race plate ADII 165, Transgo Jr. ,ATP tie rod sleeves , 125k miles(and counting), 265/75/16 tires pyo wheels, B&W hitch with companion, prodigy P3, husky liners front and back, Lund running boards, garmin50lm
This was YOUR fault for installing it incorrectly. Nothing wrong with the filter. You should never have to wrench the thing on. HAND TIGHT. The only thing you should have to LIGHTLY snug with a wrench would be the WIF sensor but I mean LIGHTLY snug. I've been runing NAPA Gold filters for years and never a problem. They have good stuff that meets or exceeds the manufacture recommendations.
2008 GMC 2500 D-Max Crew Cab Long Bed Z71 100% Stock Real trucks don't need stacks
2004 Chevy DRW 4X4 crew cab LB7, Nicktane with Cat filter, Silverline 5" exhaust straight pipe dumped with 6" tip, ported turbo horn, PPE Boost Valve, S&B intake, Ranch hand bumper on the front and custom hauler bed on the back with 108 gallon transfer tank, Edge CTS2, EFI live by Kory, FASS sittin on Ultra phantom's
DRW CLUB MEMBER #118
"I'd rather be a fence post in Texas than the king of Tennessee" - Chris Wall
Yep i agree with everyone, u cross threaded the the sensor and broke it, I work for Napa, wix makes our filters, and i seel these all the time, also install my own and have never had a problem with them.
06 RCLB Sierra 2500HD LBZ 4x4, 8ft Meyer/Diamond EZ Mount II,ats e power 120hp, rerouted PCV, egr blocker, finger stick, 4'' straightpiped exhaust,no kitty,afe metal power intake, tints, dee zee nerf bars, timbrens in the front
05 2500HD RCLB 2WD LLY
AFE MP, S&B Intake, ATS E power 120hp, 6" black stack , Blocked resonator, rerouted PCV
This isn't Napa's fault, but I wouldn't run a Napa filter either.
Tony Non Vendor contact information, URLs and/or links are NOT allowed in signatures OR on forum! My opinion is not the opinion of Duramax Forum, Auto Forums, Auto Guide, or other Duramax Forum staff members!