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ENDT865 fuel filter change?


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Yep its on the back of the injector pump. Make sure you fill both filters with fresh fuel first. And if you havent started the thing up for a while (sorry Im not sure if you've had it running while youve had the truck), and its been sitting for an extended period, give stopper lever a couple of good flicks with the cable off it, make sure you can hear the rack in the pump 'clacking' back. Ive had one here that the LHS rack had been stuck on, and it had been sitting less than 2 years. It flew out to high revs on startup, lucky I had a block of wood to cover the intake, andgotit stopped quickly. Good luck.Skip.

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Filling the filters with fuel is actually the main cause of injector pump failure. If you fill the filters, you gotta fill them through the outside little holes and not the center hole. That way the fuel gets filtered. Otherwise you suck dirty fuel right into your injector pump. I just buy bulk ATF and fill the filters full with that, screw Them on.

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