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Old 08-30-2013, 03:51 PM   #1
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Fuel Filter

I owe an '04 Winnebego MinniWinnie with a Ford V10 engine. I need to know where the fuel filter is located so it can be changed. I would also appreciate any information you might have that would be helpful in getting this filter changed. Thank you
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Old 08-30-2013, 04:07 PM   #2
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It's been a while, but if I remember correctly on my '02 Coachman, it was in the tank. Hope others will chime in quickly.
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sometimes the best way to find it is to go to a parts store and ask to see one. Then you will at least know what it looks like and probably have an idea where to start looking.
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Should be mounted on the left frame rail. Usually just behind the transmission on the frame. There is a special disconnect tool that is needed. I highly recommend a Ford filter. That way you know the filter is up to the task. I have seen way to many aftermarket filters show rust on the external housing to even think of trusting them for filter my fuel.
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Trying to figure out where the brain went, he stated filter, my brain registered pump. Saving grace is now I know where to look for the filter.
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Trying to figure out where the brain went, he stated filter, my brain registered pump. Saving grace is now I know where to look for the filter.
Don't smack yourself to hard, some filters are part of the fuel pump.
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