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Where is the fuel filter on a 2000 1500 Silverado 5.3 liter engine?

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Should be underneath on the fuel rail, driver side about where the door is maybe aa little further up if im thinking of the right year model

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If it is a gas engine, all you should have to do is to cycle the ignition key ON for about 5 seconds, then turn the ignition switch OFF and wait about 30 seconds, then repeat this about 3 times. This will allow the fuel pump prime to get the air out of the fuel lines. It should start after this is done.

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Start with the simple and replace the fuel filter and clean your throttle body with throttle body cleaner. Make sure you clean the passage ways to your Idle Air Control (IAC) valve in the throttler body opening to try to clean your IAC also.
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