Remove fuel bowl, y-pipe, then pump. After you've done it the first time, it can be done fairly fast. You need an inch and a quarter wrench I believe. Just do a search and you will find some more detailed instructions. I'm not knowledgeable with the e-fuel.
1995 F350 XLT Powerstroke Turbo Diesel 7.3l 2wd Crew Cab Automatic. 275,000 miles and counting.
Bilstein Shocks, Aftermarket Downpipe, High Pressure Crossover Hose, Viper alarm and remote start, Tranny cooler, Cat delete, Homemade open air intake, Dick Cepek cab lights, Glow Plug Relay Mod, IDM Mod, A/C Mod, Dual Electric Fans, PHP 6-Position Chip.