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Sounds about normal... Somethings that will help...
- Punch a hole in the bottom of the old filer after you make sure it will come loose and
before the gasket separates from the base and starts leaking. That way the filter
is empty as you take it off, way less mess.
- slip a piece of fuel line over the fuel filter drain tube and secure it so when you drain
the bowl you can catch the fuel and it wont drain all over the frame and make a
dripping mess. Yea, wasps like building nests in the drain hose.
- get an extra fuel filter and keep it behind the seat in case you get some bad fuel.
- read the little book that came with the truck. Instruction for checking the oil
say to let it sit for 10-mins before checking the level. I bet you will get that
extra quart you were looking for. Also, your truck will have a oil level it likes. Mine
will burn off that top quart if I try to keep it full. If I leave it in the middle of
the full zone I may have to add a qt in 5000 miles. If I try to keep it full
I can add over a gallon in the same milage.
'00 F350 Supercrewzer Lariet, PSD, Auto, 3.73, CC, 4x4, SWB, SRW, 6-pos Chip, 6637 filter, 4-inch turbo back exhaust, Garrett 38r w/ high flow outlet, ITP overboost eliminator, AIH delete, Adrenaline HPOP, BTS Trans, Swamps IDM, In-tank & Pre-Pump mod, Heater Valve mod, X-car Sound Pannel mod, Train Horns / Packages: Trailer Tow, Camper, Off-Road. Overhead monitor DVD/TV/VCR (VCR under rear seat w/ 6 CD changer)
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