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i read the how to on the fuel filter, i'ma replace this on my truck soon, but having a 99

i need a tool to do it. what kind of tool and how does it work?

i know how to change the filter out, just not the tool. where can i get one?
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never mind on the tool i guess.

what kind of plugs shall i get?
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autolite is what i would use, it's the brand ford uses from the factory, i think people on here usually use platnium...

the fuel line tools that i have used are in these formats... both are fairly easy to use, the scissor type gives you a nice big handle to use to get more leverage, and lasts a little longer, as it's typically metal


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