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Old 10-18-2003, 09:07 AM   #21
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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.
His '94 must be diff. than because my '95 does one side.
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Changed it today. But it was hard to find, I was looking in front of the front passenger wheel, couldn't see it. After 20 minute I found it. IN front of the rear tire by the gas tank. It was an easy change.
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I got covered in gas too. I am now know as flammable man!!!
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Oh yeah, almost forgot, thank you guys so much for all your help. You are my repair manual
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and my filter had threads at one end and some plastic clip on the other.
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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.
It shure did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I got covered in gas too. I am now know as flammable man!!!
Want a smoke?
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I noticed after changing this filter my beast seams to run a little happier. From the looks of the old filter it might have been original. Must have been somewhat plugged up.
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