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First off you will need to go to a local parts store and get the filter clamp release tool. Then locate the fuel filter under left (drivers) side of the car usually on the frame rail between the fuel tank and drivers door. Remove small locking clips from the filter clamps. Next and use caution and eye protection as fuel line will likely still have some presure. slide clamp release tool into open (filter) side when you get it in position push fuel line and filter together set clamp release tool tight by pushing it toward fuel line then pull on fuel line it should slip right off. Repeat for the fuel line on the other side of the filter. To reinstall simply look for the arrow on the filter and with itr pointing toward the engine push fuel line clamps back onto fuel filter. Replace safety locks turn ing. on and off about 5 times then crank the engine to start.
The fuel filter is usually located pretty close to the fuel tank ,under the car.When you replace make sure you reinstall the new one with the arrow pointing toward the engine.If you drain the filter into a pan you can tell how much dirt is in the old one.The lines might be under pressure so be careful
Your gas tank is in the back of your car between the frame rails. The fuel line runs up toward the engine along the drivers side frame rail on the inside of the frame rail. The fuel filter is located along that fuel line inside the drivers side frame rail, about at the back of your front door. You should be able to trace the fuel line all the way to the intake of your engine. Once you locate the fuel filter, you will need a special tool to remove the filter from the line. You should be able to get the 'fuel filter tool' at your local auto parts store for under $10. The tool has a flanged end on it, and it 'scissors' open and closed. Place the proper sized end on your fuel line just in front of the filter so that the flange sticks in toward the filter. Gently push the tool in toward the filter, while pulling back on the fuel line. The line should come disconnected. Remember, the fuel line is pressurized and may spray gas for a second or two when it comes apart. Then do the same to the other end of the fuel line. Good luck. Any problems, write back.
Open the gas door and remove the gas cap. This will help to alleviate the pressure in the fuel line.
Crawl under the Bravado and trace the fuel line from the fuel tank. The filter is an in-line filter and attached to the fuel line.
Unsnap the fuel inlet line from the filter. The filter is equipped with a quick-connect fitting that can be unsnapped and pulled off the piping of the filter.
Remove the outlet line off the piping of the filter. This line can removed the same as the inlet line.
Unbolt the mounting bracket holding the filter in place with a socket wrench. The bracket is held in place by one bolt.
Replacing the Fuel Filter
Attach the new fuel filter to the mounting bracket and secure it to the frame. Tighten the bracket snugly with the socket wrench. Ensure the arrow on the filter is facing toward the front of the vehicle. The arrow indicates fuel flow direction.
Snap the inlet line on the filter. Push the line on to the piping of the filter till it clicks in place.
Connect the outlet line on the filter. This line will snap in place as well.
Screw the gas cap back on to the fuel door. Close the gas door.
Crank up the SUV and let it idle. Ensure there is no hesitation or stalling
The fuel filter on most vehicles is underneath pretty close to the fuel tank. You have to get under the car near the passenger door. You should see the fuel line(s). Start at the gas tank and work your way towards the front of the vehicle. The position may vary some from the center of the car to the outside.
The fuel filter is bolted to the frame rail below right of the battery. It is cylinder shaped and has a fuel line at each end.
Procedure for removing it: Find the fuel tank access plate under the rear seat. With the engine
idling disconnect the fuel pump wiring harness and let the engine
stall. This relieves the fuel pressure. The lines on the fuel filter itself are "quick connect" fittings.
Depress the tabs on the fuel line and push TOWARDS the filter. The line
should pop off. It's difficult to depress the tabs and you CAN use a
pair of pliers but be careful or you'll damage the fitting.
Reverse to install new filter. Reconnect fuel pump, start the engine, and check for leaks.
YOU DO NOT NEED ANY TOOLS TO TAKE THE FUEL LINES OFF. the lines are
quick connect. THE LINE HAS TWO FLAT SIDES AT THE FILTER. squeeze these
with thumb and fore finger. At the same time push the line towards the
filter, and then pull it away from the filter, all the while keeping
the squeeze on those flat spots. Hope this helps.
Well you have a fuel filter in your gas tank and you got one located under the Chassis of your car. It should be close to the motor on the left side i believe or what you can do is follow your gas lines under your car until you find a round cylinder type thing that holds your filter on your gas line you will notice it very easily cus it goes from small black tubing towards your motor to a big huge cylinder back to small black tubing. That would be your outlet filter. Hope that helps.