I'm going to replace the fuel filter on my 92' Ram 150. The fuel
filter unlike most newer trucks is located outside of the tank. Pretty
easy to get to. Is there any pressure in the fuel lines at the filter
Yes, but it's not a big problem. You can bleed the pressure off under the
hood or just wrap a rag around the hose when you pull it off the filter. The
filter hoses are swaged on. You have to cut the swaged part off the hose and
use hose clamps to put the new filter on. Or cut and replace the hoses.
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