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Old 08-26-2009, 07:32 PM   #1
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I went out and bought a filter, and was wondering where the location of the fuel filter is on a 96 SE. Thanks.
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On the bottom side of the car in front of the rear passenger tire
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On the bottom side of the car in front of the rear passenger tire
Thanks. Will take care of it now.
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How about the location of the fuel pump fuse? I've looked at the fuses under the hood on the firewall, none of them are labeled for the fuel pump.

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Found the fuse. Am having a bit of difficulty unplugging the male end from the fuel line.
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If teh nut wont turn, then turn the filter holding the nut in place. This way you wont twist off the fuel line.
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How about the location of the fuel pump fuse? I've looked at the fuses under the hood on the firewall, none of them are labeled for the fuel pump.
Got it all done. Had to remove some plastic moulding below the glove compartment to get at the fuse. Turned it over a little bit, unplugged the battery, and the filter change was a cinch.

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