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Our jeep isn't getting enough fuel to keep running. I'm not sure if it's the fuel pump or the filter. I've checked the fuse and it's fine. Wondering if the fuel pump is inside the tank, and also where is the fuel filter is located

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  • Sheila Stephen Dec 22, 2009

    I had one of these.. after replacing the fuel pump, filter and numerous sensors we found by reading the manual that it was the security alarm system that had to be reset. It should tell you in the manual how to do it if in fact yours has a system.

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Filter should be on the left side frame rail back near the tank . If not, then it's on top of the pump/sending unit on tank.

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