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You can reach the fuel filter much easier if you jack up the passenger side of the car. Place the jack just before the rear wheel and remove the tyre to have space to work. The fuel filter is located near the gas tank. You will need to hold the nut on one side as you loosen the nut on the other side. Take care not to damage the fuel line.
if it not firing change the coils if thats not it then you may want to check the fuse but if not firing i would check the coil because where they are located on the engine under the mainfold it gets real hot there
If it is a car, open the trunk. You may have to pull back the carpet lining which will reveal the light bulb connections or access panel. On a truck, drop the tailgate. There should be mounting screws inside the jam (where the tailgate meets with the bed of the truck). Remove those and pull the taillight assembley out carefully. Twist the light bulb connector counterclockwise to remove the lightbulb and connector. Then do the same with the light bulb if it is cylinder shaped at the base. If it is flat then just pull the bulb out ane replace it.
normally there 2 screws on the lense, usually going through into the body. phillips head or torx head. just take those out and pull the unit straght out, and the bulb is right there. if you have a cargo light on it, those bulbs will usually be on the outboard side of the brakelight, on either side of it. once you change the buld, wipe the new one with rubbing alcohol to remove the oil from your skin. the bulb will last much longer if you do that
go to your local Chrysler dealer a buy the proper bulbs, they come complete and proper wattage, and they are cheap in price. word of caution replace all the illumination bulbs, when one is black the rest will follow. GOOD LUCK RDJRP
how do you know it needs fuel lines, are they leaking? is fuel pump good?did you do fuel pressure test? did you chk. to see if filter is pluged? just because the tank leaks won't keep it from running and that can be fix with a little apoxey and a some elbo grease.