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Fuel and oil Filter housing

What size socket do you need to take the cap's off? Thanks, Mike

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Never mind I just took my trusty calipers out and measured. Thanks, Mike

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36mm for both of them. fuel filters and oil filters.
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Originally Posted by MikeS1 View Post
What size socket do you need to take the cap's off? Thanks, Mike
It's 36 mm ...

Here is a cheap way to remove it:

* Amazon.com: Lisle 14500 Oil and Fuel Filter Socket for 6.0L Ford Diesel: Automotive *


Not to highjack the thread, but what should the oil pan drain plug
be torqued to?

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