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I am about to change my fuel filters on my 2014 F250 6.7, I see you can order them on Amazon and they seem to much lower in price than NAPA, AutoZone, etc.... Any thoughts on the quality of the fuel filters from Amazon?

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I am about to change my fuel filters on my 2014 F250 6.7, I see you can order them on Amazon and they seem to much lower in price than NAPA, AutoZone, etc.... Any thoughts on the quality of the fuel filters from Amazon?

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There have been counterfeit goods on the Amazon. Seen a few posts on various forums. IMHO, buy Motorcraft filters from a reliable source.


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I am about to change my fuel filters on my 2014 F250 6.7, I see you can order them on Amazon and they seem to much lower in price than NAPA, AutoZone, etc.... Any thoughts on the quality of the fuel filters from Amazon?

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I buy mine on Amazon, Motorcraft OEM, haven’t had any problems.
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I buy mine on Amazon, Motorcraft OEM, haven’t had any problems.
Same haven’t noticed anything odd about it or abnormal I always look over it real good to make sure it wasn’t a return or “unopened box” item, but always buy OEM regardless


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Thank you, I just went on their website nice prices... thanks
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I am about to change my fuel filters on my 2014 F250 and I noticed in your post you disconnected the the front line and you turned the key on for 20 seconds. Did you mean you tried starting the truck or just turned the key all the way to forward position prior to starting? This seems like an excellent idea for priming..

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I am about to change my fuel filters on my 2014 F250 and I noticed in your post you disconnected the the front line and you turned the key on for 20 seconds. Did you mean you tried starting the truck or just turned the key all the way to forward position prior to starting? This seems like an excellent idea for priming..

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There is no need to disconnect any hoses except for the supply and return on the secondary filter under the hood. Once both filters are installed and the supply and return lines are re-connected, turn the key to the on position but do not start. The electric fuel pump will run for 15 sec or so then it will stop. Turn the key off, then repeat process 5 more times. You can hear the pump running and expelling the air from the primary filter can if you listen carefully. If the truck doesn't start after performing the priming process, more than likely the primary filter housing wasn't tightened to the mechanical stop and/or the o-ring isn't sitting where it's supposed to. Hope this helps
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If you read your supplemental diesel owner's manual, if will give you the info you need to change the fuel filters.

If you do not have this supplemental manual, you can download a copy here...

https://www.fleet.ford.com/partsands...owner-manuals/

The attached pdf is from my 2015 manual.
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Thank you Larry, I will be changing my filters next week, my friend built a garage with a lift, so it might make a little easier. Thank you again
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