Question about Ford F-350
How do you reach oil filter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel filter
Can you hear the fuel pump run when you turn the key on?
Turn the ignition switch on/off five times to pressurize system.
The pump should humm a few seconds then cut off. Check the fuel pressure regulator? Remove or loosen the fuel line and see if you are getting fuel to and through the new filter. If your vehicle was running before you replaced the filter you shouldnt have to bleed any air out of it.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Have someone retime the engine. In a diesel it means to time the injection pump. You may have wear in the timing chain or gears. But the fuel ratio can be made rich or lean by when the fuel hits the cylinder.
Try that first as it is cheaper. You can have worn injectors and adding a cleaner will make the fuel run through faster. Possibly spray a little better, but it will not make the fuel nozzles any tighter.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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You will find that jacking the vehicle up or putting it up on the drive up stands will help greatly when you change your oil. Makes it a lot easier to remove the drain plug and filter. As far as the location of the oil Filter, while you are laying under the vehicle feet to the front of the vehicle and head to the back I believe it is on the right side. In most cases the filter will be one of several colors. Blue, Orange or White, depending on Manufacturer. Of course there are exceptions. the Fram Tough Guard series have black on the end which is roughed so you can grip it and some are silver. When you go to get the new filter take some time to look a few different types on the shelves that are similar in size to the one recommended for your vehicle. Chances are it will be MotorCraft, STP, or Fram. These are the most popular. Now in the off chance there is an off brand type installed it maybe black. The reason you want to look at these though is so you get an idea of what they look like so when you are under the vehicle you will recognize it.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
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