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Old 06-22-2013, 06:00 PM
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6.7l fuel filter change How To

Great video for new owners to keep their truck running problem free while saving some dough! Let me know what you think!

Ford Powerstroke 6.7l Fuel Filter change How to - YouTube
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Looks great! Thanks for the video...should be a sticky for 6.7's.

Changing fuel filters is a heck of a lot easier on a 6.7 than the 6.4's.

What happens to the third fuel filter connection that was on the left side under the hood..?

Sorry, I answered my own question by watching the video again.. !

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Yes its for the factory fill and bleed like the front fitting on the oil cooler on the 6.0l. One of their tricks to have them fire off the production line without issues. I wish they would supply the adapters for us at the dealer for after major repairs.
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Nice :-)


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My 2013 does not have the third port but does have what looks like a bypass from one of the lines.
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My 2013 does not have the third port but does have what looks like a bypass from one of the lines.
Very interesting, I will have to pay attention to the next PDI I do.
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hope this helped some
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Outstanding! Well done! Thank you!
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Good to know!
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