Question about 2007 Toyota Hi-Ace 220
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look first right rear back under fuel tank,< If not, follow fuel lines from fuel tank one main line, one return line, traveling parallel to frame all the way to the motor compartment on front, can be front under right passenger side, first by the filter at the auto parts, that way you will know what to look for
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
This sounds overfilled to me. Liquid should not get to the canister, only vapors, look for exactly what separates and stops liquid fuel, somewhere along the vent line... Sometimes on top of fuel tank.
BUT, it sounds like you are seriously overfilling. Gas comes out of the ground cool, then heats up in your tank. Put much less fuel in gas tank.
Fuel no longer lubricates anything, so no issue with full time LPG, but starting is commonly an issue, and most designs start with gas and cross over automatically to LPG, after warmed up.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
1987 Toyota Truck Van 4WD 2.2L FI 4cyl
The Fuel Filter is located front seating area, center, under engine cover, passenger side of engine compartment, near firewall, mounted in fuel line.
Hope helps with this (rated this) Good luck.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
I have the 1990 model and just so happened to stumble on its unusual location today as I was replacing the door hinges. On the passenger side open the door and look above the step, there should be a little plastic cap with the wiper icon on it. hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
SOURCE: how to change petrol fuel
First thing you should do is relieve the pressure built up in the fuel system. You can remove the fuse for the fuel pump and start your vehicle to deplete the fuel in the system. Once the pressure is gone you'll need to remove the clamps from both ends of your filter, then remove fuel lines to filter (there may still be fuel in the filter so handle appropriately) install your new filter while being mindful of the flow direction indicator on the filter. Reinstall your fuse and try cranking your vehicle. It may take several times to crank will it is priming the system (you may even need to use a starting fluid spray to assist you through the throttle body)
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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