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Old 03-28-2023, 11:53 PM   #1
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Air compressor replacement 2004 Vectra 8.3L ISC

Hey everyone, I just found out that I have a oil leak on my air compressor for my 2004 vectra with 350hp 8.3L isc and a leak on my fuel pump. I just drove it from Florida to Texas no issues and noticed a few drips of oil. I took to cummins and to repair both they want just shy of 10k. I have done some work in the past and wondering if anybody else changes one or both of these components. Thank you for your help
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