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Old 06-20-2003, 06:38 PM   #1
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i remember i posted somethin bout fuel filter and everyone said it was in the back by the wheel or close to...but i think i foudn it today while i was changing my o2 sensor...there was a line saying fuel going into a smaller pop size lookin thing....but it was up front like right below the front of hte passengar door...did i find it???
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I believe so! If you go to take it off, make sure you pull the fuse for the fuel pump and bleed the system. If you dont you will probably have a big flammable mess!
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Yeah it should be the line going up towards your engine right by there so yes you probly located it.
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so have the car running...pull the fuel pump fuse...and then i should be good to disconnect it?
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wait for the car to sputter and die (using most of the gas in the lines). You might want to have some sort of container below the gas line when you disconnect it.
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last ? gmpartsdirect 18 bucks....or go to checkerauto and get it from there....or napa?
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