Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Clarendon, TX
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You say to do the fuel filter change when low on fuel to save a diesel bath, but I do mine now when the tank is full. I just did mine last weekend.
I have never gotten a diesel bath. I just open the drain and drain the diesel into a water bottle (not to be re-used for water...lol) and once it stops draining I remove the filter and replace it and then when I am completely done with the frame mounted filter I move on to the engine mounted one.
The one time I waited until the truck was low on fuel, which was the third time I changed the filters, I thought I was never going to get the truck to start again, and yes I did do the priming first. Every time I change them with a full tank it starts right up.
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2010 F250 6.4L
XLT 4X4 CC SWB