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Ford Has New Motorcraft Diesel Fuel Filter

Posted on May 17, 2019

Ford Motor Co. has added a Motorcraft F-150 3.0L diesel fuel filter (FD4627) to its lineup of diesel fuel filters for Super Duty Power Stroke Turbo Diesel engines (FD4615 and FD4625).

The new diesel filters feature Diesel3Tech+TM technology. Ford says Diesel3Tech+ provides dual stage filtration with a primary filter comprised of four high performance materials, and a secondary filter with a dual layer filter media, achieving filtration efficiency above 98% for 10 microns, above 99.8% for 30 microns and filtering particles as small as 4 microns. The diesel fuel filters use advanced technology, including a hydrophobic (water-repelling) mesh and a special coalescent felt layer to achieve water efficiency removal above 98%.

The company says diesel engine fuel systems are highly sensitive to dirt and water. In fact, a single particle of dirt can damage the entire system. Plus, water that freezes inside the system can block the flow of fuel to the engine, potentially causing serious damage.

Motorcraft diesel fuel filters use advanced technology and precise manufacturing to help ensure clean fuel and effective water separation for optimal performance. Ford says available aftermarket diesel fuel filters offer 20% less filtering surface, with inferior particle filtering. Each Motorcraft part is designed for its specific application to ensure it fits and is easy to install, providing the best possible performance with fewer comebacks.

Motorcraft diesel fuel filter applications are shown below.

PartCoverage
Motorcraft FD46152010-2017 Super Duty 6.7-Liter Diesel
Motorcraft FD46252017+ Super Duty 6.7-Liter Diesel
Motorcraft FD46272018+ F-150 3.0-Liter Diesel

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