Ohio Redneck: Haha hell yes! I thought I was the only one that proudly drank keystone!
JCAR: Here's a word of advice. Before you work on your diesel you need to make sure that your engine bay is as clean as possible to keep debris, dirt, etc., from getting into your open ports / engine parts. When we worked on the diesels in the military we would always steam clean the engines and the engine bay before we started to service the engines.
vitiate111: Thanks for the vid, It helped me change mine for the first time
08Evox GSR: Great vid! Very helpful! KEYSTONE LIGHT!!!!
topshelfcountry: Thanks for the video
stockishcummins: mine is a 04 and i dont need to prime my truck. after the filter swap i just get in wait for the pump to quit and it fires right up on the 2nd rollover. never had it wait that long to start.
RoninIchiban2008: Good video. Nice that you included the actual part number of the filter. My question is: "Is Keystone Light required or will a Lone Star Work?" :) Thanks for the vid! :)
Alan Storie: I had a hard time finding how to change my 1998.5 fuel filter.. it is the type that you drop down and the part that holds the filter comes out.. here is a good link its not a video but it will help
spankey0069: Good people like you make me proud to be a Dodge owner!
Trevor Patterson: Damn good stuff man.....VERY helpful.........Thanks
dodge cummins: Nice Video, thanks for sharing...always get your beer and listen to country music..i like that.
dodgeramguy85: I attempted to do this on my truck and I got yelled at for having a beer. I said mom thats what the guy on youtube said I needed! hahaha only kidding!
paelgin: Keystone Light? I thought you said "Beer".
Well done. Thanks for posting.
By the way, on some models (and maybe all), if you bump the starter, the pump runs for about 25 seconds each time and fills up the filter housing better. I watched a different video on how to change the filter, and they talked about bumping the starter but never did, so I made a quick video.
MrDeeepsea: I've seen so many other peoples videos that just make it sound so dang hard to replace the FF, that I have been dreading even trying it...to the point I've got 82,000 original miles on factory installed filter...yup, i'm dumb. Thanks for this video though, it's alot simpler than I thought and mine will be done on Monday (when I'm off).
bigdave442: Thanks for posting! Just what I needed to know!
ryan berger: KEYSTONE LIGHT?! awww c'mon rocky... lol I know you have some miller or bud some wheres in that fridge of yall's.
pwrstrkcmmns: thanks for posting! to the point and beer is always my tool of choice! haha
Changing Fuel Filter on 5.9 Cummins Diesel Engine - Dodge Motor5
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