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post #1 of 9 Old 11-18-2007, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Filter removal

I'm gonna put in a new fuel filter..what size socket does it take to remove the damm plastic cover covering the fuel filter??? I've tried metric & standard either too big or small..whats the trick to removal.

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uugghhh my fuel filter has no nut on it... it just has the big platic top on it...

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I used an oil filter wrench on the outside of the lid, works great.
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im not talking the actual fuel filter...im talking the powerstroke plastic cover with 2 screws/bolts. which covers the fuel filter.

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ooooo... LOL ic... I can't recall what size that is...

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On My 2000 F-250 I just use a half inch boxed end wrench.

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I used an american socket, it fit kinda tight but it worked, cant remember the size though.
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fuel filter lid removal

I use a pair of long needle nose pliers, put the pionts of the pliers into the web of the fuel filter lid and grab the handles and rotate ccw, Works for me
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13mm works just fine...
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