Fuel Bowl Drain Valve Assembly 99-03

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Fuel Bowl Drain Valve Assembly 99-03

If you do not have the time to rebuild your drain valve or if you are one of the unlucky few that has a damaged drain valve, this is your solution for a long lasting repair and not have to use the poor performing Buna-N o-rings that the factory valves force upon you. If your drain valve is still in great shape, we suggest that you simply purchase the Complete Fuel Bowl re-seal kit and rebuild your fuel bowl including the drain valve and replace the problematic drain valve o-rings along with the other 8 Nitrile o-rings in the fuel bowl that will also leak just like the fuel bowl.

1999-2003 7.3L F Series, E Series and Excursion
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  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 3rd 2019

    fast delivery

  • 4
    Fuel bowl drain valve

    Posted by Tiger on Nov 26th 2019

    Replaced part without any issues. There are no issues with the valve since being placed into service.

  • 5
    Fuel Bowl Drain Valve

    Posted by Bobby J. on Nov 25th 2019

    OEM at unbeatable prices with quick shipping

  • 5
    Worked great

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 19th 2018

    High quality worked fine

  • 5
    Easy Peasy

    Posted by Sheldon on May 30th 2018

    I got the rebuild kit but it didnt seem right after i rebuilt it so i bought a whole new one for piece of mind. I got a backup for down the road now .

  • 5
    Perfect fit.

    Posted by Joe on Dec 29th 2017

    Had a diesel smell coming from under the hood for a week, took off the old one and replaced it with the new one, diesel smell gone. I always love ordering parts from you guys, everything fits and works perfectly, and I don’t have to deal with the local sorry excuse of a dealership.

  • 5
    stop that leak

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 9th 2017

    oem part worked great no leak

  • 5
    Oem Ford Part

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 12th 2016

    Cheaper than ford and it shipped to Indiana . Worth buying the whole valve assembly. Great job Riffraff and shipping was great.

  • 5
    READ THIS you don't need to pull the fuel bowl.

    Posted by Brandon, Butte MT on Oct 27th 2016

    The videos I watched on You Tube showed guys removing the fuel bowl, which I did not want to do. Just drain the fuel bowl, use a 1/4 inch drive torx socket to remove the screws. Clean the hell out of where the o-rings make contact. I put hose clamps loose on the drain hose and I had to pry the drain tube back a little to get the new valve started. Do not over tighten the screws! Snug is tight enough! Put on the clamps and you're done. Nice high quality part.