Here you go. When you open the hood, there should be a big black cover over the intake manifold area that has three nuts holding it down. You do not need to remove this cover! There's a little indentation where you can stick a finger in and flip up the hinged lid. Under that is a gray (or black) cover with a bunch of fins sticking up. That is the cover for the fuel filter. It is threaded into the fuel filter housing. You can use a screwdriver and a hammer to break the cover loose, but the fins get brittle after a while and snap off. BUY THE COVER REMOVAL TOOL! I've seen them from $15 ~ $35 depending on the design, etc. It saves on removal damage and really allows consistent re-tightening. Be sure and fit the new fuel filter onto the inside flange of the cover before re-installing. Good luck!
On top of the engine
where is the crank sensor located on a 6.0l ford power stroke diesel
On Power Strokes, the fuel filter is located in the middle Of the engine under the cover that says Power Stroke 7.3. Remove the cover, if still there, remove the filter cover. Pull the old filter out, let it drip fuel, then place old filter in a pan. Slowly immerse new filter into housing. There will be some spillage. E
fuel pump is located on top of engine,behind fuel filter and in front of turbo
It's under the fuel filter inside of the fuel filter housing. It also blows out fuse number 22 when the heating element shorts out.
I am assuming you're asking about a diesel engine. On my 97 Power Stroke it is located on the drivers side of the engine, just above the oil filter.
2004 Yahama 4 stroke 225hp oil filters
15 quarts of oil are generally oil and filter. its 15W40 diesel oil
as with all engines, the cylanders are located in the engine block
15 quarts........fill oil filter before puting it on
There are 2. 1 is on the top of the Motor. The other is on the frame rail below the drivers door.
Diesel engines can be built in both 2-stroke and 4-stroke