Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
It should be under the vehicle in front of gas tank towards the driver side. If you have the new filter then you know what it looks like. Hopefully the vehicle sits high enough that you don't have to raise and support the vehicle. If you do have to raise and support the vehicle, there are safety issues working under a vehicle, safety is your responsibility.
Make sure no pressure on the fuel system before taking any fuel lines loose, use a catch pan, if you think too much gas is running out of the lines, plug the lines till your ready to go back with new fuel filter, just remember to remove plugs. Be careful not to start a fire. Do the repair in open air not a garage, in my opinion.
Posted on May 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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