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Hey all I'm doing a few small things to my rig tomorrow morning and one of them is the fuel filter correct me If I'm wrong but I just need to loosin off the bleeder then the bigger black ring and remove old filter then ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 03-15-2013, 05:28 PM
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Hey all I'm doing a few small things to my rig tomorrow morning and one of them is the fuel filter correct me If I'm wrong but I just need to loosin off the bleeder then the bigger black ring and remove old filter then put new one in, unscrew bleeder and crank engine till fuel comes out ?

Now the filter i got from napa has the black ring built into the filter, will this still work on my 6.5td s vin ?

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Old 03-15-2013, 10:38 PM
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save the wear and tear on your atrter and batteries and run a wire from the positive terminal on one of the batteries to the G terminal on the ALDL port under the dash and you can run just the lift pump to prime the fuel system
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Old 03-16-2013, 02:49 AM
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Oh cool! Thanks a lot man, so that filter will work ?
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:32 PM
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I have used the Napa filter before. Just be sure to keep your plastic ring incase you go back to a fuel filter that does not have it as part of the filter like the one from NAPA does. In my opinion it was a very nice fuel filter.
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Old 03-19-2013, 06:15 PM
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Napa gold filters are the same as WIX filters Napa gold are all I use in my vehicles dont know if they do it where you live but here every other Friday is half price filter day at Napa .
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Mayhem: Is that the Napa in Cookeville or Livingston?

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Old 03-20-2013, 05:43 AM
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Cviola it's the Livingston Napaand if I am not mistaken it is the first and second Friday's of the month that they do that
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Thanks! I'll try to get up that way again to check it out. Wix makes a good filter, and any deal is a great deal.

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save the wear and tear on your atrter and batteries and run a wire from the positive terminal on one of the batteries to the G terminal on the ALDL port under the dash and you can run just the lift pump to prime the fuel system
When I'm changing the fuel filter, I unplug the OPS and use a jumper wire between the outer two terminals on the plug to run the lift pump. Its essentially the same process as using the ALDL connector and a battery, but this way puts both connections right near where I'm at. I think its easier, but to each their own.

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