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Old 05-02-2009, 18:24   #1 (permalink)
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the fuel filter removal secret/canister type

Can anyone tell me the secret to removing the canister type fuel filter,the one with the internal snap ring.I've got a 95 XLT,5.8 and the filter is mounted on the driver side frame rail.I finally got the inlet side off,but the outlet won't give it up.I bought 2 different "special tools",The scissors type and the plastic kind that wrap around.It's a 5/16" line,however,the 3'8" tool will also squeeze into the quick disconnect.I've pushed,pulled,twisted,cursed & prayed,all to no avail.Thanks for any assistance.Dave
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Re: the fuel filter removal secret/canister type

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1983 Ford Bronco '90-96 Fuel Pump System picture | SuperMotors.net

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