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Old 04-21-2013, 10:55 AM
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shouldn't have changed my filters

Hi,I have an 04 F350 with a 6.0,was running great until I decided to change the frame mounted fuel filter.It dosen't seem to be pumping fuel up to the secondary filter.It ran for a short time then stalled
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Old 04-21-2013, 10:57 AM
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Check the o- ring on the cap. Sounds like its sucking air. Is it a factory filter? Put a little oil on the o-ring to help it seal!

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update,i'VE had the truck for a couple minths,seems the filter I took out was clean but a Purolator and the spares that came with the truck are fd-4604 but look entirely differant than the old one.It appears none are motorcraft
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I lubed the orings,no change
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I relubed the o ring and tightened it up and it runs now,Thanks for the advice
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Old 04-21-2013, 11:17 AM
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Glad it worked. I would replace it soon with a motorcraft filter. Just my opinion though.

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I am getting new ones tomorrow,Thanks Again
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Yea definitely get motorcraft filters!!


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