It's very similar to a spin-on oil filter. However, when I changed mine for the first time, I found that the PO had put it on so tight that I could not remove it by hand and a regular filter wrench does not have room to work well. So, I purchased an oil filter wrench at AutoZone ($10) that has fingers and fits over the end of the filter and got it off. To prevent an air lock and difficulty starting, you should fill the new filter with fresh fuel before you install it. Rook
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98 National Tradewinds 7370, powered by a 3126B 300HP CAT Turbo, Freightliner XC chassis