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You have an inline fuel filter on the inside of the frame, infront of the rear tire on the driver's side. It has a metal shield/cover that has like 3 small bolts that have to be removed to take off the plate. Once you take off the plate you can see the filter better. It is metal and fairly easy to change. these do need to be changed, especially the newer models with fuel injection. The filter in the fuel tank is a screen to keep **** out of the fuel pump itself. If you have an older Jeep Wrangler, there are images and instructions on how to change them out located here: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php Here is a clickable link: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php
Hope this helps good luck.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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It is possibly the O2 sensor. I had some issues with early 90's 4.0 liters where the O2 sensor would stick rich under heavy acceleration and would cause it to lean out and bog down. It felt like a rochester four barrel flat spot on an old chevy. I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 2007 jeep wrangler shakes uncontrollaby after

When you say shakes i am guessing the steering wheel. If it is the steering wheel shaking, it's know as the death wobble. Check the front steering components, look for worn or broken parts. Most common for death wobble are the tie rod ends, idler arm and pitmen arm. look for play along the track bars and check the ball joints. The other thing too that will cause a death wobble is a bad alignment. there may be negative or no caster at all which would give you a death wobble. Check all of the above and keep me posted. Good luck and be safe

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SOURCE: 2007 Jeep Wrangler x will not start. put new fuel pump but still

2003 4.0 lt jeep rubicon hit a big bump and it stalled cranks over fine but not firing checked all fuses, ok. fuel pump not on , connect direct and it works but not with key. starts for couple secs. when put fuel in throd body. any idea why not starting?

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SOURCE: 91 Jeep wrangler New everything idles rough, no Power then dies

you check for miss how is compression

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How do I change the fuel filter


The fuel filter on a 1999 Wrangler is an intergral part of the fuel pump and is a sock type filter. You must drop the fuel tank and remove the pump from the top to replace.

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Instructions how to change fuel filter on 2006 jeep wrangler unlimited?


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Where is the fuel filter on the 2006 jeep wrangler?


Your Wrangler does not have an in-line filter. The only fuel system filter is inside the fuel tank on the inlet side of the fuel pump. This filter is not usually serviced.

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1987 jeep wrangler has a nutter bypass and runs rich


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The 1995 and earlier models employ an in-line fuel filter. The filter is located on the left side frame rail, near the fuel tank. On port fuel injected engines, the system is under pressure even when the engine is off. When the engine is cold place a container under the fuel filter. Remove the metal shield, disconnect the fuel hoses and detach the filter from the frame. Install is the opposite, just make sure the word "OUT" on the filter faces toward the engine.

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You have an inline fuel filter on the inside of the frame, infront of the rear tire on the driver's side. It has a metal shield/cover that has like 3 small bolts that have to be removed to take off the plate. Once you take off the plate you can see the filter better. It is metal and fairly easy to change. these do need to be changed, especially the newer models with fuel injection. The filter in the fuel tank is a screen to keep **** out of the fuel pump itself. If you have an older Jeep Wrangler, there are images and instructions on how to change them out located here: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php Here is a clickable link: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php
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1988 jeep wrangler no fuel


check your fuel pump relay and your ignition switch those numbers you gave for voltage are not right, please recheck that you have a ground and 12volts at the pump while cranking please rate -jeff

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