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Changing Fuel Filter

Old 11-Mar-2006, 01:45 PM
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Changing Fuel Filter

I am having some trouble with my fuel filter. Here is my problem:

The two bolts ontop of the fuel filter, I can only get one of them off and not sure how to remove the other one, it is on so tight and i cant seem to swing it. Also, how do i disconnect the lines. I have one bolt off, but the lines dont pop off hte top so i can hook my new fuel filter up.

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Old 12-Mar-2006, 10:00 PM
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dont know how the 89's look.. but if oyu could find a picture i could help.

Or if you want I live in Oakville I could drop by
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Old 12-Mar-2006, 11:03 PM
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I was able to remove my fuel filter, took some time, the bolts were on there really tight.g
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Old 14-Mar-2006, 11:54 AM
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I wanted to do mine as well.. when u remove the line does the gas leak everywhere?? Do you haev to depressurize the line somehow before you reomove the fuel filter?

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Old 14-Mar-2006, 12:32 PM
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I wanted to do mine as well.. when u remove the line does the gas leak everywhere?? Do you haev to depressurize the line somehow before you reomove the fuel filter?

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when you take the line off put a rag over it. Not alot of gas comes out, but its smart to get the rag on it when loosening it. And when the filter comes out put it on its side so the fuel in it doesnt spray on the motor.
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Old 01-Apr-2006, 05:56 PM
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also make sure u remove the gas cap to depressurize the tank before removing any of the gas lines
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