Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: NE Washington
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Yup, that's a sinking feeling when you realize what you just did. You're certainly not the first or the last. Glad you were able to get it fixed on your own with no further problems. Local dealerships charge about $700.00 for what you were able to accomplish for the cost of a few fuel cans and a siphon hose. I hate that the color codes at the gas pumps keep changing. Awesome that the Fire Department stepped in to help you out when you were on the road.
05 Ram 3500, SLT Bighorn, SB QC, Dynamic Stage 3 48RE, triple disc, billet input, S&B CAI, FASS Titanium, Smarty Jr., New stock Bosch injectors, Edge CTS, Hushpower/Magnaflow 4 inch, FTE Resonator, Bilstein 5100's, Redhead Steering, Truxedo, Linex