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Added fuel filter but did not solve the problem..already added a new coil pac...still loosing power when I drive than the power comes back
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Driver side frame rail right where the door is. It's held in by a large hose clamp. It has 2 white plastic clips . 1 on each hose of the filter. When removing have a container that can hold gas ready because about a pint of gas will come out. Make sure new filter comes with new clips. I don't recommend using old ones. After new one in place turn key on and leave in run position for 20 seconds so filter can gill with fuel before starting and inspect fir leaks.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
I found the problem with my 2006 F350. It did not idle very smoothly, vibrated at 45 to 60 mph, and got poor milage. I brought it in and found the issue under warrantee. I had five of eight injectors bad. No wonder it was running bad.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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