Join Date: Nov 2002
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As usual Pete has given you the best information known to human kind.
My only suggestion is to do this after the engine is warm/been driven.
Gather more rags than you believe you need, and small coffee can/bucket to pitch the old filter into.
After it starts, bring it to a hi idle until it runs smooth.
I use Power Serve, not diesel, to fill the new filter, clean, cheap, and easily available.
'93 F-250 IDI, 4x4, K&N, no soup bowl, stock, with 265,XXX miles 5 speed, 3.55, kind of new LUK clutch, runs great, starts great, it is great. The truck is getting old.