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Old 10-10-2016, 02:52 PM   #1
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I have a Ford Majestic 2009 motorhome and am having a problem changing the fuel filter. It seems that the fuel line going into the back of the fuel filter is short so I cannot pull it out of the generator box to unhook the line. Anyone have this issue? how did you resolve it?
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I'd guess you're talking about a fuel filter for the generator? Or for the Ford engine? Please give more details so we may help you. If the fuel line was long enough to have connected to the old filter, why is it too short to fit the new one?
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I have a Ford Majestic 2009 motorhome and am having a problem changing the fuel filter. It seems that the fuel line going into the back of the fuel filter is short so I cannot pull it out of the generator box to unhook the line. Anyone have this issue? how did you resolve it?

The fuel filter is on the generator itself. I can get the fuel lin off the upright portion of the fuel filter ,but when I try an pull the fuel line out to remove the line from the bottom it will not come our of the generator box it seems to be to short.
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