> You need a special tool to remove it. Your local (good) parts
> store should
> know what you need.
> > "Justin2" wrote:
> > > Hey all,
> > > Can anyone tell me if the filter is under the hood
> or up under
> > > the
> > > frame on this car? Car stalled out today and was
> thinking of
> > > changing
> > > the filter and see if that helps. Thanks.
> > >
> > > Justin
> > The fuel filter is under the car near the fuel tank. Pull
> the fuel
> > pump fuse and run the car until it stalls from lack of fuel,
> this will
> > lessen the amount of fuel you'll be swimming in.
> > The fuel filter probably isn't the reason for the stalling
> but if
> > hasn't been replaced in 30,000 miles or so it's good
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No special tools are needed, just a couple of wrenches to disconnect
the threaded fitting and a pair of needle nose pliers to disconnect
the fuel line retainer at the other end of the filter.
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