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Is the fuel filter on a f350 located in the carb ? Truck stall going up hil under load but will start right up again but dies again when trying to hacul the load. After the engine cools down it runs fine

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If it is carbureted it will be where the fuel line screws into the carburetor.Remove the line,then remove the fuel filter container.

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