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Old 03-22-2008, 09:02 PM
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Fuel Filters

I heard that our trucks have 2 fuel filters i know one under the hood, under the thing that says powerstroke but where is the other one?
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:01 PM
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Only 1 fuel filter, there is a mixing chamber thingy in the tank that has little screen type thingy in it and can get stopped up. One of the cheap and good mods I highly recommend it deleting that part and doing this stuff. Shutterfly | View Shared Pictures Total cost about $35.
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i have a2002 f350,7.3 diesel.anybody having problems when replacing fuel filter,with the gasket leaking?i have had it leak after starting it up ,and it shoots fuel all over everthing.thanks for any help
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Old 03-24-2008, 04:19 PM
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Question fuel filter leaking

[QUOTE=wildhorses;511761]i have a2002 f350,7.3 diesel.anybody having problems when replacing fuel filter,with the gasket leaking?i have had it leak after starting it up ,and it shoots fuel all over everthing.thanks for any help
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Position of the bevel on the gasket is important. One way works and the other...well....I think you know. Put it in the OTHER way.
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Originally Posted by tylerwitt34 View Post
I heard that our trucks have 2 fuel filters i know one under the hood, under the thing that says powerstroke but where is the other one?
The 6.0s are the ones with 2 fuel filters
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