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Old 09-05-2010, 07:42 AM
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Exclamation How To Change Fuel Filter on 2000 F-150 4.6 V8 Triton Truck

Could someone PLEASE tell me or link me to where I can print out a step by step instruction on replacing the fuel filter on my Ford F-150 4.6liter Triton extended cab truck . It's a 2000 , but engine could be 1999-2001 ? I can't find the site where I used before to replace my thermostat and it was so easy to have a list in front of me. I've been given different instructions by a few people and I'm not sure which order to do things or if some of the directions were even nessisary ( like, pulling the fuel relay..etc.etc.)

Please... PLEASE help me. Thank You So Much

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Old 09-05-2010, 08:22 AM
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I found the other website... How to Replace a Fuel Filter on a Ford F-150 | eHow.com

Youtube had a bunch of good videos on how to's.

I'll try 2 keep yall posted on other things I come across. I'm very impatient & I like to get things done ...NOW. Sorry I couldn't wait. I need this done 2day.
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Old 09-05-2010, 08:24 AM
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Actually, I have another question if some1 can answer it....
Where would a leak of anti-freeze be coming from under the front drivers side quater panel ?
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Actually, I have another question if some1 can answer it....
Where would a leak of anti-freeze be coming from under the front drivers side quater panel ?
Welcome to FTE. You will find there are experienced people here to give advice. Thanks for your links.
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Actually, I have another question if some1 can answer it....
Where would a leak of anti-freeze be coming from under the front drivers side quater panel ?
Front Drivers side Quarter panel?
A lot of fluid?
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It's acctually coming from the area of my AC. It's running under the floor mats (drivers side) and leaking down under the door area. Midas, said it's they can bypass the AC & the truck will run fine, but NO HEAT or COLD AC. What Should I Do ?
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