How to Install Fuel Filter 11-16 Ford F250 Diesel

How to Install Fuel Filter 11-16 Ford F250 Diesel

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace a clogged fuel filter. The video is applicable to the 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Ford F250

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 32mm Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• Cloth Rags
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Pick

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Joseph Warren says:

Excellent instructional video. The best on YouTube for the 2015 power stroke. Particularly like the clarity in the sequence for changing the frame filter which is : loosen the filter housing 3 turns then and only then drain the fuel with the peacock. Another you tube video showed the sequence out of order which essentially results in draining the entire fuel tank if you happen to loosen the peacock first.

John Halchishick says:

Great tip mine was draining the fuel tank three gals and was still going

Armando Perez says:

Great video tutorial. In fact I went ahead and purchased the filters from the link provided. Keep up the good work 1A Auto.

Dennis Rimes says:

If it doesn't start when it was running fine before the filter change you have air trapped in the filters. You can pull the "out" side (left) of the fuel line at the top filter. Turn the key to run position but do not start. The fuel pump will push the fuel through the filters and eventually you will have a full stream of fuel. You can use a hose to let the fuel through the line and drain into a bucket. Once you have full flow reconnect the secondary fuel filter line. The vehicle should crank and run.

Concerned American says:

Excellent video, perfect instructions

tim hollingsworth says:

This video is awesome!!
They tell you all you need to know. I will definitely be watching more of their videos.
Thanks guys!!

Juan arcos says:

That was great video amigo

Spencer Hulen says:

Great video but make sure you get the housing around the filter tight enough, i tried to tighten to the point he said in the video but it needed to be a full turn tighter to stop air from entering the fuel pump and start the engine.

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