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97up-list Digest Fri, 19 Jan 2001 Volume: 2001  Issue: 008

In This Issue:
99 Fuel filter change
Re: 99 Fuel filter change

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Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 23:41:08 -0500
From: Lou Mallia <lmallia attglobal.net>
Subject: 99 Fuel filter change


I need to change out the fuel filter on my 99 F-150.  I bought a kit of
tools that slip around the fuel line and into the couplings, so I think
I'm all set to get the filter out.  Are there any tricks I should be
aware of?  I assume the fuel system is under pressure, should I pull the
fuel pump fuse while the engine is running to let the pressure drop (and
let the truck stall), or is it ok to just release the fuel filter and
catch the gas with a rag (carefully)?
Thanks,
Lou


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From: "Noll, William E(Z01981)" <WNOLL apsc.com>
Subject: Re: 99 Fuel filter change
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 06:43:52 -0700


Enough gas will come out of the spent filter, that pulling the fuse will
have no impact. It's easy to do, you may need to pull some attached hoses
off the bracket for access, and removing the holer from the frame may aid in
getting the filter out of it.

Subject: [97up-list] 99 Fuel filter change


I need to change out the fuel filter on my 99 F-150.  I bought a kit of
tools that slip around the fuel line and into the couplings, so I think
I'm all set to get the filter out.  Are there any tricks I should be
aware of?  I assume the fuel system is under pressure, should I pull the
fuel pump fuse while the engine is running to let the pressure drop (and
let the truck stall), or is it ok to just release the fuel filter and
catch the gas with a rag (carefully)?
Thanks,
Lou




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