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The fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank. If you have a major leak, there are a few things it could be. The filler tube you put gas into during a fill-up goes directly to the fuel tank. The filler tube may have a hole in it; If your tube is rubber, the clamp at the fuel tank may need replaced; you may have a fuel line leaking near the fuel tank, The fuel tank may have a hole in it. A fuel leak is a hazardous situation, so take extra precautions to be safe and have it repaired asap.
I have Chevy Equinox 2008, I replaced injectors rrecently, I have just some notes: -Some times you just need to replace injector filter (a small cone) -Take Care of washer when you plced back the injector put some Engine oil around it - take Care of lables for Injector wire for the right place if there are no lables put them by your self befor disconnecting injectors
Some cars don't have them. You have to break into the fuel line somewhere and tee it off for your pressure tester. Usually at the gas filter is a handy place.
Some adaptation may be necessary (Toyotas need a drilled out banjo bolt, for example). Don't give up!
I am not familiar with that model, but it dosen't sound like a fuel filter to me . If it runs good after you get it started,the filter is probably ok,i don't know where it is located on that model,but it sounds like you have already found the problem (low fuel pressure) check for leaks,make sure the lines are on the right places on tank .Whatever is causing low fuel pressure is probably the solution. hope this helps!
The "snap in" side of the fuel line is removed with a GM fuel line gas tool. This can be purchased at any parts store for $5usd or so. You put the fuel line tool around the line with the round end facing towards the fuel filter and press firmly towards the fuel filter and this release the fuel line from the fuel filter.
When in stalling the new fuel filter make sure to have the point of the arrow on the fuel filter facing away from the pump as this indicates the direction the fuel flows. Where you use the fuel line tool to remove that line will just snap into place during install.
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The fuel filter on a 2002 Camry is an "In-Tank Filter". This means the filter is in the gas tank and is integrated with the fuel pump. In order to replace the filter, you must remove the tank and disassemble the fuel pump. Toyota's service schedule, which can be found at ToyotaOwnersOnline.com, does not list the fuel filter replacement through 120K miles (as high a the schedule goes). Thank you for using Fixya and hope this helps.
The fuel-filter for 2002 Lincoln TownCar is located near the center of the vehicle on the frame rail.
You will need to jack up the back of the car and support it securely on jack-stands. That way you would have enough room to crawl underneath and remove the fuel-filter. Things to watch out before removing the fuel-filter:
a. inspect the outer side of the fuel-filter for dirt, grease, etc. If the outside appearance is too dirty, it would have to be cleaned before removal.
b. Notice the direction of the arrow that's imprinted on the fuel-filter. The new fuel-filter must be installed in that direction of the arrow.
c. Remove the negative terminal of the battery.
d.Turn the power "off" if equipped with air-suspension.
e. Relieve the fuel pressure in the system by removing the fuel-pump fuse. Then crank up the car a few times. Also use some towel to grab the hose while pulling it off the fuel-filter.
f. Be careful of the elbow connectors as excessive twisting/turning could break them.
Torque the fuel-pump retainer bolt to 26- 44-inch pound.
The fuel filter is located on the passenger side of the car (underside), just ahead of the rear axle. Once you're under the car, you can just follow the fuel lines leading from the gas tank. They will lead right to the filter (shaped like a large oil filter and hard to miss).