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Old 10-17-2003, 04:47 PM   #11
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And I think the factory manual also says to open the fuel door and loosen the fuel cap for a while before you relieve the fuel pressure via the valve.
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I bought a Fram fuel filter part # G7315. I guess thats the right one. Is fram any good?
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That'* an older Bonneville 86-91 models!
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Just take the gasoline in the face like a real man does!
It'* only a liter or two after all. BTW, listen to most of the others here as to location.....passenger side firewall.
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Also use a little break away on the fittings befor you try, there always a bitch breaking thoes loose, And when your done use some antiseez on the threads makes life alot better the next time.
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frams ok
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Also use a little break away on the fittings befor you try, there always a bitch breaking thoes loose, And when your done use some antiseez on the threads makes life alot better the next time.
There aren't any threads. These are quick-release fittings.
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Just take the gasoline in the face like a real man does!
It'* only a liter or two after all. BTW, listen to most of the others here as to location.....passenger side firewall.
Firewall? Mine was basically right in front of the right rear wheel well.
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Yours is. His isn't.

92-94 or maybe 95 is located right under the right front passengers feet.
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O-Tay!! My Chiltons covers from 1986-1999, and isn't that specific on location...
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