Question about GMC Jimmy
It depends on engine size, but most likely it is located in the carburetor where the fuel line enters. There should be what appears to be a large nut on the carburetor body. Remove the nut/fuel filter housing and replace the filter, don't loose the spring inside.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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