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Old 08-07-2010, 07:44 PM
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Today was the day, I took Dawgs advice and used a blunt object on the cam ring.



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He would never steer ya wrong. Nice pics mines and 08 looks like I better change mine soon too.
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Had a little trouble with said blunt object installing the ring so I borrowed the correct tool from the stealer, much better! 25K on the filter, was it dirty-yes, was it about to quit-no. I cut it apart and found visible dirt in the pleats but nothing that threatened the next trip. Glad it's done though



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Was ther bottom of your top plate out of round. Mine was...see picture. I ordered a new and changed it out. Blunt objects work but I like the tool better which I have access too.

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I didn't even look for out of round where the filter housing mates , that Oring is fat and soft and should seal unless it's really bad. If it leaked pressure the pump wouldn't shut off.
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Cool!
Thanks for the pics!!
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Thanks for the pics, I have tried to get my fuel pump out of my tank once before but for the life of me could not figure it out, after you get the locking ring off, what is the trick to get the pump out of the tank?
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Thanks for the pics, I have tried to get my fuel pump out of my tank once before but for the life of me could not figure it out, after you get the locking ring off, what is the trick to get the pump out of the tank?
Ya it's a pain, there is a hose in there that hangs up the filter housing on the right side, I had to reach in there and hold it down to get it out. If you try again take a flashlight and look you will see what I mean. Once you get past that it will come far enough to unhook the 2 hoses in the pic. I didn't even unhook any wiring just set the assembly on the tank towell, the filter change itself is easy.
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I love your blunt object picture, Funny!!!!
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DPete...true on the 'O' ring and sealing but for $68 bucks (cost) I wasn't taken any chances. Hate a breakdown on a long trip....Leaving for Nova Scotia next week.

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