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The fuel filter is located in the sending unit. This contains three primary components - the fuel pump, the fuel filter, and the fuel level sensor. The sending unit is located inside the fuel tank. This is done because the fuel around it helps cool the fuel pump, therefore extending its life. To remove the unit(You might need a lift), you need to: 1) Drain the fuel tank 2) Detach the fuel tank from the vehicle 3) Lower the tank 4) 'Unlock' the sending unit (it sort of locks in there, but there's no key or anything) 5) Remove the whole unit and replace the problem part. 6) Put the sending unit back. 7) Re-attach the tank. 8) Fill the tank.
to replace the fuel pump module.first you need to relieve the fuel system pressure.turn off radio first, then disconnect the negative battery cable.drain fuel from fuel tank.then then safely raise support car on jack stands. make sure sitting on solid level ground then remove the fuel charcoal canister hoses and vent line remove disconnect fuel pump. disconnect fuel pump electrical connector and remove fuel filler hose from fuel tank then remove the fuel tank from the vechicle.the heat shield and the rear exhaust system may have to be remove if you problem dropping the fuel tank.once fuel tank dropped you need snap ring pliers to remove the fuel pump module retaining ring.disconnect the fuel pump sending unit.disconnect the fuel pressure sensor and fuel pump module electrical connector .if you need help to replace the fuel level sending unit.you need a haynes repair manual.it has instruction how to remove and replace the fuel level sending unit.but most of the time the whole new fuel pump module come with new fuel level sending unit.if you are replacing fuel pump.when done put every thing back visa versa. be very careful working around gasoline and fuel tank.dont smoke.becareful dont make no sparks with wrenches when removing gas tank.wear safety glasses and have a helper at all times. dont work under vechicle by your self.
Simple enough to reset the power locking system: 1) make sure battery in remote is good, if in doubt replace it. Next unlock all the doors and keep them closed. 2) Jack up the car and you'll find the power lock reset button above the fuel tank. If you cant reach it drop the tank down slightly until you are able. 3) Depress the power lock reset button, then get inside the car and hold the unlock button on the remote for 2 min. 4) The system will reset when you get out of the car and hold the lock button for another 2 min while circling the car briskly.
the remote switch you are looking for is the fuel door switch that controls all these items trunk,unlock fuel tank door. this unit has to be replaced as a whole unit but check all your fuses first on driver side dash where door touches dash left side open door look for a triangle shape panel pop it open and check (ALL) fuses and especially #17 brown 7.5 amp fuse top right of fuse block.
The door lock/unlock
input from the driver's key switch goes to the Door Multiplex control
unit (main switch), the Door multiplex control unit then sends a signal
on the BUS (CAN) circuit to the passenger's multiplex control unit; the
passenger's multiplex control unit then controls all the door locks. The passenger's door lock key switch inputs to the passenger's multiplex control unit, if the
locks work from the passenger's side key switch but not the driver's
side key switch, the most likely cause is the driver's multiplex
control unit (main switch) not sending the signal to the passenger's
side multiplex control unit. This could also be the drivers side door lock actuator. Hope this helps!
The windows motor has died, the slider has a loose lock/unlock lever, usually held in place by a small plastic clip. The gas guage has a loose connection, or a bad sending unit. The sending unit is in the gas tank. You can probably fix both doors yourself, but the gauge will most likely require the tank to be removed. I would figure a few hundred to fix it.
usually the displays need to be replaced as whole unit and i doubt it would be worth the expense.
as for the guage if you can access your fuel sending unit on top of your fuel pump you might try unplugging it cleaning the contacts and plugging it back in. The fuel sending unit has a negative resistor in it so when it does not work it will show full. On some newer vehicles you can access the top of the fuel pump throgh a trap door under the back seat or in the trunk. the fuel pump is on top of the gas tank so that should give you some idea of where to look for the trap door. If your car does not have a trap door you would likely have to lower the fuel tank to access the sending unit unless you can get your hands up aroune the tank and reach the little connector on top of the pump. A telescoping mirror available for a couple of dollars at most auto parts stores accompanied by a flashlight would be very helpful in this scenario. If unplugging it cleanig the connections and plugging it back in does not restore your gauge you would likely need a new sending unit which may or may not be integral with the pump. I can find that out for you if you get that far. If it is integral with the pump i wouldnt bother replacing the pump to make your gauge work as it is not economically justified. My guage is integral with the pump so I just fill my tank to full and reset the trip odometer knowing that i can get approximately 550 km from a full tank. I then refill it a 400 km as i dont like to use the fuel from the bottom portion of the tank because that sends all the sediment and junk at the bottom through the system and clogs the fuel filter.