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2004 mpv starts ok runs while cold ,till it warms up and then it runs rough cant accelerate in gear, will rev up in park but not when in gear.Replaced Map sensor, and O2 sensor.Fuel filter has not been changed they say it is part of fuel pump? Is the pump in the tank? Any help would nice Thanks

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  • cjswoveland Jan 04, 2009

    Thank you I will see if I can find it ,(Fuel filter )and try injector cleaner I hope it works Craig

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The fuel pump is in the tank. i dont think the fuel filter is part the best way to find it is to follow the fuel lines from the tank to the motor and it should be between there it looks a cylinder. try runind some fuel injetor cleaner through it and see if that helps

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