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Old 03-19-2017, 09:46 PM   #1
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Fuel Tank trash

I have an '07 6.7. I was just getting fuel and added some Howe's fuel treatment. I didn't notice the foil paper from under the cap of the Howe's which was loose and on the end of the jug. It slipped into the tank. What should I do next? Take it to a shop and have the tank drained? What are the chances of damage if I let it go?

I did search on 'fuel tank debri' and 'fuel tank trash' with no luck.
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Should be plenty big enough to not worry, pick up screen will catch it.
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^^^ Agree, that is what it is for...
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