- About This Product
DescriptionThis fuel filter socket is used remove and install fuel filters on '10-'18, 6.7L Dodge Cummins engines. Use the 28mm socket on the raised hex on the fuel filter housing.
Fits 1/2" drive ratchet.
Finish varies between chrome and parkerized finishes.
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Oct 11, 2017 | By Scott Farmer
Great product terrible ya can not find one normally!
Fuel filter socket
Oct 8, 2017 | By Phil Scott
The right tool for the right job and a great price.
Fuel cap socket
May 29, 2017 | By Nick
Just what you need to remove a stuck cap
The right socket
May 23, 2017 | By Anthony Ketay
Makes the job at hand go so much easier. Have been using 1 1/8 for years, this is so much easier.
Fuel Filter Socket
May 15, 2017 | By Daniel Carson
This is THE CORRECT socket to remove your front fuel filter canister lid. Don't strip your cap trying to use a 12 point SAE socket....this is a 6 point socket that grips the cap firmly and greatly eases removal. Buy it !!
Apr 7, 2017 | By Marc
Works great. Perfect match to the plastic cap on top of the fuel filter case. The 6-point is much better than the 12-point I have been using.
Apr 6, 2017 | By Miguel
Works great when coupled to a 1/2" swivel and extension. The crappy plastic top will last if you use this socket.
Jan 28, 2017 | By Mason
It fits perfectly and no stripped plastic. I did have to use a knuckle (universal joint) and a few extensions as expected.
Jan 7, 2017 | By Charles Schlorf
This tool is the only way to change this. My filter cap was so tight I really thought I was going to break the plastic housing. There is no way to do it with out this socket.
Fuel Filter socket
Dec 9, 2016 | By Marc Martin
After hearing stories of rounded fuel filter caps, I chose to get a good quality 6 point socket so I would not face the same troubles. This looks to fill the bill nicely.
Invaluable if you change your own fuel filters
Sep 30, 2016 | By Bill Zawlocki
I have a 2015 RAM 3500. Since the dealers charge so much to change fuel filters, I thought I would try myself. This socket makes removing the engine fuel filter cap pretty easy. But I found that even with this socket you will most likely need a 1/2" drive universal joint. That's what I did, socket first, u-Joint, about 13" of extension, and the ratchet came out in the clear above the fuel filter. Made the job pretty easy. One other suggestion is to add a length of hose to the drive tube - if you don't you're gonna end up with diesel all over the place.