Update - Do any of the kits come with the oem push to connect connectors for plug and play? This talks about the issue I see of the incomplete kits being sold. I need a hose/ connectors for 2012.
Hose: (scroll to the bottom of the website)- http://m.dieselfuelfilterkits.com/si...fuel-kits#2685
My 2012 looks like the setup in this video so I'm not sure why the kit above wouldn't work.
Original: Please tell me about the different types of fuel canister bypass kits and which is the best or why one is better than another.
So I deleted my fuel filter and added the dual filter setup inside the frame of the truck.
So I drained and then put the cap back on my fuel filter canister.
The o-ring must have folded over when being tightened, and it caused a leak right after I did everything.
I fixed that with a new o-ring from a new filter kit and didn't tighten it as much.
It then came loose a little bit and started to leak, so I tightened it some more.
I have almost rounded off the cap because whoever did the last change at the dealer must have rounded it a little bit.
I'm thinking rather than relying on that cheap o-ring, it might be better to put in a filter bypass delete kit, and I know nothing about them.
Still, it looks like you use the OEM connectors that go onto the canister and disconnect it to an aluminum device.
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