Question about Ford Windstar
All it takes are some rags, a bucket, a new fuel filter and a small screwdriver (blade) and new hairpin clips. Pull the ECM fuel pump fuse and crank the engine to relieve the fuel pressure. Raise the left side of the van on jackstands. The filter is underneath the driver's seat under the van. With your safety goggles on, and a class b fire extinguisher on hand, pull the plastic hairpin clips, either with the Ford tool, or a screwdriver and then pull the fuel lines from the filter and loosen the clamp. Install the new fuel filter the opposite, but use new retaining (hairpin) clips and insert them gently, after you make sure the lines are seated. (If it don't fit, don't force it. You will break something). Tighten the clamp lower the van and turn the key to on to make sure there are no leaks.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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