Duramax Lifetime Supporter
Join Date: Oct 2016
Location: Maurice, LA
This is a little off point but not really. I recently had the skin replaced on the left side of my bed. The shop had to remove the bed.
I had taken my aux tank out but left the pump, solenoid and hoses in place.
When I got the truck back, and transferred fuel the first time it seemed to be transferring VERY Slowly. Then I saw diesel fuel on the ground when I pulled into my driveway.
Turned out they nicked (slit) the fuel hose right where it enters the T fitting at the fuel tank vent hose. Im getting so I dont' trust anyone any more.
BTW, for those of you who don't know me, I too am one who does ALL of my own maintenance. I know it is done correctly and, it helps teach you about your truck.
PS. You should document this issue and notify the place that did the work. Take photos of the double seal, or no seal, as has been reported by others with Mobile 1 filters. Any damage that manifests itself later based on low, no oil flow should be the responsibility of the shop that screwed up.
2008 Silverado 2500HD CCSB LTZ Diesel
FASS 95 Lift Pump (with Baldwin filters), Edge Insight CTS Monitor on a Windshield Mount, Nicktane Fuel Filter Adapter w/ CAT 306-9199 UHE tertiary fuel filter, Bilstein 5100 Stock Height, Bushwacker Bed Rail Caps, AMP Research Bedstep, Fumoto oil drain valve, Dorman PS Oil cooler, Pioneer AVIC 7200NEX GPS/Stereo, Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Bags.
Last edited by 407driver; 11-18-2019 at 07:08 AM.