Never mind, i got the truck to start long enough to get it in my garage. At first I was priming it like I would had I replaced the filter, by cracking the bleeder screw. After doing what Hook'em_Horns! said, it started right up and at least got the truck into my garage. In the morning I will do the filter and see how it goes.
Just for curiosity reasons, when the fuel filter life gives you a read out, what dictates the percentage it tells you? Like I said, mine says 92%. I am curious if it goes off of mileage or engine hours or something, or if it is giving me that reading based off of fuel flow restriction?
Reason I ask is I am curious if the dealership I bought this from a couple months ago, actually did a fuel filter swap. Because it was reading 100% when I pulled out of the lot. Regardless, I am doing a new filter tomorrow, and when the ACDelco 3018 filter shows up next week, I will swap that in for the O'Reilly filter.