Thanks.If I reset with the IGN on only, I get 100%.
I changed both filters. Didn't get an oil bath on the rear. I put on a hose, opened up the drain and let it drain. Then I placed a rag, doubled up on the driveshaft, and loosened the filter cap. The fuel dripped for a couple minutes and stopped. I placed the filter into the housing and it stayed in place. I lubed up the o-ring and spun on the cap hand tight. When you tighten the cap with the torque wrench, it'll keep spinning and pop onto the filter if you rotate the torque wrench slowly. It also helps if you push up onto the back side of the wrench/shaft. You'll feel it because when it the filter snaps into place on the cap, you'll feel the resistance go away and the wrench will rotate easily. After this, when it tightens up, the torque wrench will click and not rotate.