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Old 06-06-2007, 07:02 AM   #1
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Where is the fuel filter? Under the car in the back by the gas tank?
Also can the fuel line clips be released without a special tool?

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Guys,

Where is the fuel filter? Under the car in the back by the gas tank?
Also can the fuel line clips be released without a special tool?

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It is in front of the gas tank above the passenger side halfshaft. Have fun reaching it!

No, you need a fuel line disconnect tool that you can get at pretty much any auto store.
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It is in front of the gas tank above the passenger side halfshaft. Have fun reaching it!

No, you need a fuel line disconnect tool that you can get at pretty much any auto store.

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You should see the fuel filter location on the '05+, it's on the driver's side unibody rail and is covered by a plastic cover that is a pain in the neck to remove, several different socket sizes for the nuts and bolts, along with pushpins that don't come out easily either.
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You should see the fuel filter location on the '05+, it's on the driver's side unibody rail and is covered by a plastic cover that is a pain in the neck to remove, several different socket sizes for the nuts and bolts, along with pushpins that don't come out easily either.

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Ensure you install the fuel filter in the correct direction.


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I was told by Rick @ Anderson Ford for to use only a Ford Motersport filter. Some brands don't flow as good
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I was told by Rick @ Anderson Ford for to use only a Ford Motersport filter. Some brands don't flow as good
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I was told by Rick @ Anderson Ford for to use only a Ford Motersport filter. Some brands don't flow as good
I have been using Napa fuel filters on all my vehicles for years with no issues.
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