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post #1 of 6 Old 12-25-2007, 07:13 AM Thread Starter
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96 fuel filter change

I found instructions on how to change filter on a 2002.Is the 1996 the same procedure?Any on line how to do work on powerstrokes?
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ya should be!!! what filter u wanting to change?

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Fuel Filter

Fuel Filter,
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If your talkin' about the fuel filter/ water seperator its real easy. Lookin' at the motor there is the black plastic powerstroke over on the top of the motor. Open it up the right under there, you'll see a cap. use a screwdriver to stick in the slots of the filter cap. pull out the old filter, put in the new one. the only thing is to make sure the oring for the cap goes on the correct way. If you got any more ?'s feel free to ask me.

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Id be sure to drain at least 1/2 the fuel in the seperator, incase there is any water in the bowl. Just turn the yellow handle on the valve. Theres a drain hose that runs down the right side of the engine. Place a drain pan under the truck, to catch most of the drained fuel.

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Be careful using a screw driver,,don't hit your glowplug relay..

I took that stupid useless black cover off and use a oil filter wrench..same size as your oil filter.

NAPA sells a "Baldwin" made fuel filter with the top attached,,uses a 1/2" socket wrench,no socket.

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