Question about Cars & Trucks
By JohnnyMember since:July 03, 2006Total points:2,930 (Level 4)
Member Since: July 03, 2006Total Points: 2,930 (Level 4)Points earned this week: 0Best Answer - Chosen by VotersFollow the fuel line from the fuel tank towards the engine till you see a soda can sized canister , it should have a metal strap around it holding it to the frame. The lines are under pressure so run the truck then pull the fuel pump fuse while its still running. Use line wrenches so you don't round down the fittings on the fuel lines. Some gas will drip out so do this in a well ventilated area. Its not hard to change but it might be hard to get off, spray some penetrating oil( PB Blaster) on it to dissolve any rust around the fittings. Install the new fuel filter ( arrow pionting towards the engine), replace the fuel pump fuse and start it up and check for leaks.
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