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Fuel filter change from a 6.7 newbie

Did my first fuel filter change at just over 11k. Pretty easy process. Unscrew the Fuel conditioner bowl 3 turns before you unscrew the yellow drain. I got about 3/4 of a large mason jar of fuel. Finish unscrewing it, pop the new one in. Put the new o-ring in, screw it all back together then plug the water sensor back in. The under hood filter was the easiest, pop the two connectors off, 1/4 turn. And reverse the process. PS don't do this just after driving, the fuel was pretty dang hot.

Also I only did 2 key cycles, herd lots of bubbling from the tank. When it stopped turned the key to start and it started right up!Fuel filter change from a 6.7 newbie-image.jpg

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just did mine this morning, was really easy. Paid $68 for the filters at my local dealership, im sure they are cheaper online but was in a rush, im leaving for out banks tonight.

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The local stealership in Birmingham wanted 95 bucks. Got them here instead Ford 6.7 liter Powerstroke Turbo Diesel Truck Filters - Diesel Filters,Additives,brake rotors, and brake pads for Chevy, Dodge and Ford Diesel Trucks
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