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Sometimes the easiest thing to do is disconnect the entire thing from the turbo inlet. You will have to disconnect the filter minder and the air meter wiring, but it gives you more room to wiggle.
This method makes it come out easy but going back in sure isn't any more fun!
With the design of these filters, I would doubt that you find that to be the cure. At 10,000 miles since last change the fuel filters could be suspect. I just changed mine at 10 and some change and the water seperator had some crud stuck to it. Not enough to cause a problem, but much more than I thought possible since I'm a clean fuel freak. Also if your water seperator filter has seen any H2O, it may be swelling up and cutting off the fuel flow.
Last edited by 720Deere; 02-20-2007 at 07:10 PM.