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Old 09-08-2018, 04:20 PM
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fuel filter location for 90 E250 coachmen camper

Cant locate the fuel filter/s
Ive followed the lines from the rear and front tanks along the frame then to where they enter the cab ear the engine/transmission. No fuel filters located. Theyre not in the tanks? I cant imagine theyd be anywhere along the fuel lines I cant see running along the intake valley/valve covers. Anyone know where they were placed on these and the other camper models. One was called a fiesta,coachmen (mine) and a couple others as I recall.
 
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Old 09-08-2018, 09:06 PM
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On a 91 it's located just in front of the switch valve. Don't know if the 90 is the same.
 
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Should be inside the frame rail under the driver's seat. It'll be behind a steel plate held in place with a hose clamp
 
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Should be inside the frame rail under the driver's seat. It'll be behind a steel plate held in place with a hose clamp
Thx,Ill have a look in the am.
 
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Originally Posted by timbuctooCal View Post
Thx,Ill have a look in the am.
I just noticed you have a 90 model, this is where the filter is on my 96 E150, I'm thinking the 90's the same generation van, so that's where I'd think it was.
 
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Old 09-14-2018, 03:40 PM
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I just noticed you have a 90 model, this is where the filter is on my 96 E150, I'm thinking the 90's the same generation van, so that's where I'd think it was.
That's the location on my 94. He'll need a fuel quick disconnect tool to change it out if previous owner didn't get frustrated and cut it out.
 
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