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post #11 of 109 (permalink) Old 02-08-2007, 03:07 AM
 
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HEY GUYS ALSO IF YOU STIRP YOUR DRAIN PLUG LIKE I DID TRY THIS.
IH #2589259C91 FORD #6E7Z-9C082-A ABOUT $16.00 SWEET PIECE!::Thumbup:
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Thanks, Good info.
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I need to see the pics!
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yes just let it keep draining.
So, how much fuel drains before it's ready to go? I've read that the fuller the fuel tank, the more that will drain. The first time I did my filter, the tank was nearly empty and the drain-off was kinda' quick. Now I wonder if the fuller tank drain-off is going to drown me.:shrug:
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hi guys and gals: my 2005 f250 owners manual shows a lever that needs to be turned to drain the water from the fuel filter, but there is no such lever. your picture is what i have on my truck.
muchas gracias for turning on the light!!!
owners manual printed 12/2004. truck built 03/2005 you would think that if they changed things the owners manual would be updated, but i guess with the cost of printing these days, they have to save money every way they can.

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So, how much fuel drains before it's ready to go? I've read that the fuller the fuel tank, the more that will drain. The first time I did my filter, the tank was nearly empty and the drain-off was kinda' quick. Now I wonder if the fuller tank drain-off is going to drown me.:shrug:
nope won't drown you. with a full 38 gallon tank, its about 8 ounces of fuel coming out until it stops.

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how do I see the pics :shrug:
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That is a big help! 6mm Allen wrench makes it easy not to have to try 10 Allen wrenches before I found the right one. Thank you
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HEY GUYS ALSO IF YOU STIRP YOUR DRAIN PLUG LIKE I DID TRY THIS.
IH #2589259C91 FORD #6E7Z-9C082-A ABOUT $16.00 SWEET PIECE!::Thumbup:

How did you get it out after you stripped it??
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