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Old 03-15-2004, 11:08 AM   #1
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First week with my new Bonnie and still didnt get used to it. I get pleasently surprised when at a parking lot i start looking for my old bonnie and then i see this beast staring at me and then i like oh man thats my bonnie. Anyways i got two newb qeustion first is that i want to find my fuel filter and i can't also where is the PVC valvle which I canno locate either. And one more thing which kind of strut you will recommend to use?
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Fuel filter is in front of right rear wheel. PCV is on passanger side of engine under a half dollar size cap. It'* spring loaded so push down and turn.
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still can't find the valve, oh well i guess i wil just keep looking.
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Valerka. You need to tell us which car you're talking about, and update your signature. The location of these two componenets depends on which car you have/are talking about. There are 2 different locations for the fuel filter, and 2 different locations for the PCV.
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I was trying to update my signature all morning and for some reason wouldn work. I am talking about a 92 SSEi. Thanks!
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Fuel filter is not forward of the rear tire. It'* on the inside of the right front frame rail, just beneath where your passenger'* feet would be. You'll need needlenose pliers to disconnect it.




See the little black square cover on the SC? The corner closest to the driver? That'* the PCV cover. The one with two little hex screws.

If the car wasn't supercharged, it would be on the other end of the upper intake.
Click on Profile in the top right corner of the screen, then edit your signature. From now on, you need to clearly state which car you're asking about.
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AWESOME!!!! Found both of them! Thanks for the info guys!
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One more qeustion what kind of struts would you recommend. How about those ones that i found on ebay.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=2465571241
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Those are for the rear. Your rear shocks aren't gas, they're air-adjustable ELC struts. Those struts won't work for you.

I have stock struts in the back, Gabriel in the front. Either Gabriel or Monroe should be fine for the front.
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but the back and the front shocks are different, at the back they are seperate and in the front they are one inside another.
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