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post #1 of 17 Old 12-24-2007, 06:44 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 6.0 and replacing the fuel filter on the top of the engine any tips.
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Pretty simple, half in drive ratchet in the cap, spin it off and change the filter.
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You should make sure to replace both filters...there are pics in the tech files...

the top one uses either a square drive 1/2 extention OR a 24mm socket.....

the lower one is on the framerail on the inside of the drivers side and uses a 36mm socket....
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Thanks for the help just wanted to make sure i wouldnt run across any problems
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does anyone know about replacing the filter on a 95 7.3? I just got the truck and the light came on today, I need to gett his done tonight, is it fairly simple? i havent seen any writeups on it.

where is the filter housing located?
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Located right under the platic engine cover on the front of the engine. I think there is a writeup for it one sec see if I can find it for you

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Here use this writeup Welcome to guzzle's PSD Fuel Filter Change Web Page

2002 F-250 4x4 EC, SRW, SB
Auto 93,000 miles
DP Tuner F5
ATS Compressor and 1.0 Exhaust housing high flow back plate
Turbo Back 4" Silverline Exhaust Mbrp Muffler Delete
Isspro Trans,Pyro,Boost Triple Pod
Fumoto Oil Drain Valve
AIH Delete With Boost Fitting

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thanks a ton, it doesnt look that hard at all really.
fingers crossed that is correct
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I always fill the container up with tranny flud when changing the filters. It gives some lube back to your injectors. It also has K1 in it and helps keep it clean. Just my 2 cents
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Nope really easy. Just make sure you get the oring on right for the cap as its beveled. You should have directions with the filter

2002 F-250 4x4 EC, SRW, SB
Auto 93,000 miles
DP Tuner F5
ATS Compressor and 1.0 Exhaust housing high flow back plate
Turbo Back 4" Silverline Exhaust Mbrp Muffler Delete
Isspro Trans,Pyro,Boost Triple Pod
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