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Old 04-07-2004, 20:17   #1 (permalink)
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Any tips on changing the fuel filter on a 2003 E150 Cargovan w/V6
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Re: fuel filter

Get the special fuel filter tool. Also having rags handy can be helpful
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thanks for the reply, what tool is needed, how much, where'd'ya get it?
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Your auto parts store should have them. They should be a only a few dollars.
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Any tips on changing the fuel filter on a 2003 E150 Cargovan w/V6
Hello Jake,
I just bought a '93 E150 and then a Haynes manual to figure things out.
For the '93 there's a safety switch that stops the fuel pump in case of
accident. You unplug it, crank the engine for 15-20 seconds, and that
takes the pressure off the fuel lines. Otherwise you can get seriously
hosed with gas, not fun.
I don't know if your van has the same procedure, but I wouldn't be
surprised. I'd look for a manual if you're going to get into it.
Good luck.
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