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How the heck do you get to your fuel filter?
is it inside the tank?
 

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Yes it is in the tank integral with the fuel pump
 

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which means dropping the tank and all that hastle.
 

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Yep, it's part of the " fuel module" The fuel module consists of: the fuel pump, filter, fuel level sending unit. The whole thing runs about $250. Depending on how old your turck is, it's not a bad idea to just replace it while you have the tank out already. If your truck is somewhat new, well, then I guess just changing the filter will suffice.
My fuel pump went at around 130,000
so I had to change it

Troy
 

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OK, who let dodge "use the brain" again? They just can't seem to have more than one smart idea at a time can they?

Good thing they still build good trucks.

-Chris
 

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So the filter is in the tank? Not just a screen in the tank and a filter outside of it? Who in the he!! came up with that idea?

I'm glad it isnt that way on the diesel I am getting.
 

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Is it possible to add an in-line filter?
Is it smart to do or does it effect the fuel pressure to the injectors??

Mannn....I don't wanna drop the tack anymore, I did that like 4 times when doing the lift!!!! :(:

LUV24BY

P.S. Guess next time I will have like a 1/4 tank and not almost a full one!! LOL
 

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cut an access hole in the bed of the truck them make a snap in cover then the pump is way easy to change ... takes about 1/2 hour or soo :):
 

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Or put a body lift on the truck to create some clearence.
 
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