Originally Posted by Toms Blue Ram 1500
It's not really a fuel filter . It's more less a strainer . The only time they should be replaced is when replacing the fuel pump . They don't get clogged up like everybody thinks they do .
Yeah, I've replaced fuel filters on a few vehicles, some vehicles have a fuel sock instead of a filter or in conjuction with it, they do get clogged up from fuel being pressed against that screen, sediment fills on the center of the screen and from there things just get worse... and with the rising gas prices I can only imagine how horrible the quality of fuel will be, really dirty gas....
Thanks for ya'lls input, much appreciated