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I need a breakdown of the fuel lines. Step by step where the lines go from / to

Changed the motor and can not find where the fuel lines go. A breakdown will show me where and what pipes connect to what.

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    Brett Duxbury May 16, 2017

    Hi Catherine Sewell, wouldn't the answer to your question depend on what make and model your mystery vehicle is ?

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SOURCE: Fuel Filter

FUEL FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Reduce the internal pressure of the fuel pipes and hoses by completing the following operations. (1)
Disconnect the fuel pump harness after removing the rear seat cushion. (2)
Start the engine and after it stalls, turn the ignition switch OFF. (3)
Disconnect the battery negative (-) terminal.
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Connect the fuel pump harness connector

2. Remove the bolt connecting the fuel line with the fuel filter. Cover with a shop towel to avoid gasoline from splashing. 3. Remove the fuel filter mounting bolt, then remove the fuel filter from the fuel filter clamp. 4. After replacing the fuel filter, check for fuel leaks.
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SOURCE: on-line step by step guide to change timing belt.

this is the best guide/instructions I could find on the net and I do allot of this.
take the timing cover off the belt there should be a gear below the camshaft pully its a tensioner use a peice of chalk and mark the very top of the cam pully and the very bottom of the crank pully do your best not to turn them loosen the tensioner pully the belt will loosen up take it off put the new one on if you turned the pully put it back slowly tighten the belt when its tight if the pully turned when tightening pull the slack out by hand then tighten it both chalk marks should be lined up if they are start the car always unplug the battery first and dont rotate the pullys more than a few inches if nessacery when the belt is off you could cause damage to the valves

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SOURCE: need step by step to replace water pump on 1997

Chrysler Caravan/Voyager/Town and Country 1996-1999 Water Pump - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
3.0L Engine
See Figure

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Fig. 3: Water pump mounting detail-3.0L engine

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove the drive belts. Remove the timing belt covers and the timing belt.
  4. Remove the water pump mounting bolts.
  5. Separate the water pump from the water inlet pipe and remove the water pump.
  6. Inspect the water pump and replace as necessary.

To install:
  1. Clean all gasket and O-ring surfaces on the water pump and water pipe inlet tube.
  2. Wet a new O-ring with water and install it on the water inlet pipe.
  3. Install a new gasket on the water pump.
  1. Install the pump inlet opening over the water pipe and press until the pipe is completely inserted into the pump housing.
  2. Install the water pump-to-block mounting bolts and tighten to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm).
  3. Install the timing belt and timing belt covers. Install and adjust the drive belts.
  4. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Fill the cooling system to the proper level with a 50 / 50 mixture of clean, ethylene glycol antifreeze and water.
  5. Run the engine and check for leaks. Top off the coolant level, if necessary.

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2005 Dakota will not stay running


Here are some tests you can try. The list is generic and you may have tried some of these already. It sounds like a vacuum line issue to me. For other info try this website:

Repair Guides Symptom Diagnosis no Codes What To Do When There Are No...

Preliminary Checks
Prior to starting this symptom test routine, inspect these underhood items:
  1. All related vacuum lines for proper routing and integrity.
  2. All related electrical connectors and wiring harnesses for faults (Wiggle Test).
  3. Check the throttle linkage for a sticking or binding condition.
  4. Air Intake system for restrictions (air inlet tubes, dirty air filter, etc.).
  5. Search for any technical service bulletins related to this symptom.
  6. Turn the key to off. Unplug the MAP sensor connection and restart the engine to recheck for the idle concern. If the condition is gone, replace the MAP sensor.

Test 2: Rough, Low or High Idle Speed Condition (Continued)
Test 2 Chart
Step Action Yes No 1 Step Description: Verify the rough idle or stall Does the engine have a warm engine rough idle, low idle or high idle condition in P or N- Go to Step 2. Fault is intermittent. Return to the Symptom List and select another fault. 2 Step Description: Verify idle speed & timing Verify the base timing is within specifications Verify that the base idle speed is set properly Are the timing and idle speed set properly- Go to Step 3. Set the base idle speed and timing to the specifications and then retest for the symptom. 3 Step Description: Check AIS / IAC Operation Check the AIS or IAC motor operation Inspect the AIS/IAC housing in throttle body for restricted passages. Clean as needed. Set the parking brake, block the drive wheels and turn the A/C off. Install the Scan Tool. IAC Motor Tester - Turn the key off and then connect the IAC tester to the IAC valve. Start the engine and use the IAC tester to extend and retract the IAC valve. ATM Test - Start the engine. Use the tool to change the speed from min-idle to 1500 rpm. Did the idle speed change as commanded- Install an Aftermarket Noid light and check the operation of the PCM and AIS or IAC motor circuits. Check the motor for signs of open or shorted circuits. Replace the IAC motor or PCM as needed or make repairs to the IAC motor wiring. If all are okay, go to Step 4. If the AIS/IAC motor passages are clean and engine speed did not change as described when the AIS/IAC motor was extended and retracted, replace the AIS/IAC motor. Then retest for the condition. 4 Step Description: Check/compare PID values Connect Scan Tool & turn off all accessories. Start the engine and allow it to fully warmup. Monitor all related PIDs on the Scan Tool. Verify the P/N switch input in gear and Park. Check the O2S operation with a Lab Scope. Are all PIDs within normal range- Go to Step 5. Note: An IAC motor count of over 80 indicates the pintle is extended and an IAC count of (0) indicates the pintle is retracted. One or more of the PIDs are out of range when compared to "known good" values. Make repairs to the system that is out of range, then retest for the symptom. 5 Step Description: Check the Ignition System Inspect the coils for signs of spark leakage at coil towers or primary connections. Check the spark output with a spark tester. Test Ignition system with an engine analyzer. Were any faults found in the Ignition system- Make repairs as needed Go to Step 6. 6 Step Description: Check the Fuel System Inspect the Fuel delivery system for leaks. Test the fuel pressure, quality and volume. Test the operation of the pressure regulator. Were any faults found in the Fuel system- Make repairs as needed Go to Step 7. 7 Step Description: Check the Exhaust System Check Exhaust system for leaks or damage. Check the Exhaust system for a restriction using the Vacuum or Pressure Gauge Test (e.g., exhaust backpressure reading should not exceed 1.5 psi at cruise speeds). Were any faults found in Exhaust System- Make repairs to the Exhaust system. Then retest the symptom. Go to Step 8. Repair Guides Symptom Diagnosis no Codes What To Do When There Are No...

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I have a 1986 toyota 4x4 pickup. It starts fine and idles good but when you step on the gas the motor acts like it is flooded. I checked the timing changed the spark plugs and the fuel filter and no change...


Had the same problem on an 87 pickup not 4x4. Check the rubber fuel line from the tank to the engine, mine was so old that when the engine tried to **** a lot of gas the rubber line collapsed and restricted the amount of gas getting to the engine.

Sep 15, 2010 | 1985 Toyota Pickup

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Need to find location of fuel filter for 2002 Ford Explorer 4D, 4WD, 4.61 litre V8, XLT


Instructions Things You'll Need:
  • Quick release tool (Avail from most Napa auto parts stores)
  • Eye protection
  1. Step 1 Ensure your vehicle has had time to cool down since the last time it was driven. The engine block should be cool to the touch.
  2. Step 2 Remove the gas cap from your Ford Explorer and locate the Schrader valve attached to the vehicle's fuel line.
  3. Step 3 Don eye protection and depress the Schrader valve until no more gas and air comes out.
  4. Step 4 Locate the fuel filter. Your fuel filter will be located underneath the edge of the vehicle on the driver's side. There may be a plastic cover covering the filter. If so, unbolt it and remove it.
  5. Step 5 Take the safety clips off of the ends of the filter. Then, use a "quick release" tool to remove the fuel lines that are attached to the filter.
  6. Step 6 Connect your new filter to the fuel lines using the quick release tool to clamp the lines to each end of the filter.
  7. Step 7 Reinstall the safety clips on the new fuel filter by clamping them on each end of the filter.
  8. Step 8 Start your Ford Explorer and run at idle for five minutes. Visually verify underneath the body of the vehicle that there are no leaks from the fuel filter

Jul 28, 2010 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

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Location of fuel filter,its boggs down when applying gas to speed up,was told fuel filter is clogged but i cant find it


Open the gas door and remove the gas cap. This will help to alleviate the pressure in the fuel line.
  • Step 2 Crawl under the Bravado and trace the fuel line from the fuel tank. The filter is an in-line filter and attached to the fuel line.
  • Step 3 Unsnap the fuel inlet line from the filter. The filter is equipped with a quick-connect fitting that can be unsnapped and pulled off the piping of the filter.
  • Step 4 Remove the outlet line off the piping of the filter. This line can removed the same as the inlet line.
  • Step 5 Unbolt the mounting bracket holding the filter in place with a socket wrench. The bracket is held in place by one bolt.
    Replacing the Fuel Filter
  • Step 1 Attach the new fuel filter to the mounting bracket and secure it to the frame. Tighten the bracket snugly with the socket wrench. Ensure the arrow on the filter is facing toward the front of the vehicle. The arrow indicates fuel flow direction.
  • Step 2 Snap the inlet line on the filter. Push the line on to the piping of the filter till it clicks in place.
  • Step 3 Connect the outlet line on the filter. This line will snap in place as well.
  • Step 4 Screw the gas cap back on to the fuel door. Close the gas door.
  • Step 5 Crank up the SUV and let it idle. Ensure there is no hesitation or stalling
  • Jun 05, 2010 | 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada

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    Where is a fuel filter located in a 1994 toyota camry, and what are the steps to replacing it?


    1994 Toyota Camry 3.0L EFI DOHC 6cyl
    The Fuel Filter is located under hood, driver side, front side of strut tower, mounted on fenderwell in fuel line.

    How to Replace a Fuel Filter
    (DIY Complexity: Moderate / Time: 1.4 hours)

    Parts:
    1. Fuel Filter

    Tools:
    1. 3/8 in. Drive Ratchet
    2. Hose Pincher
    3. Flare Nut Wrench
    4. Flat Head Screwdriver
    5. Socket Set

    Steps:
    Step 1 Open the hood and locate the fuel filter. If the fuel filter is not in the engine compartment, follow the fuel line from the tank until the fuel filter is located.
    o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.

    Step 2 If the fuel filter has a clear case, inspect the filter element for dirt.

    Step 3 If the fuel filter case is not see-through, remove it from the fuel line. Drain the fuel from the filter into a container and inspect the condition of the fuel.
    o Tip: Caution: Before removing fuel lines or fuel related parts, make sure that the fuel pressure is relieved from the vehicle fuel system. To relieve the pressure in fuel injected systems, remove the fuel pump fuse and run the engine.

    Step 4 Install the new fuel filter making sure that the flow is in the correct direction. The arrow on the fuel filter is the direction of flow from the tank to the engine.

    Step 5 Secure the lines back onto the fuel filter. If applicable, reinstall the fuel pump fuse.

    Step 6 Start the engine and check for fuel leaks.

    Step 7 Test drive the vehicle to check for a rough running engine, hesitation, or lack of power.


    Hope this help (remember rated this).

    Mar 25, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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    Changing a fuel pump in a 1999 VP.


    Things You'll Need:
    • Ratchet and socket
    • Wrench set
    • Floor jack and 2 jack stands
    • Ratchet extension
    • Fuel tank sending unit wrench number 310-123
    • Screwdriver
    • Slip joint pliers
    • New O-ring seal
    • Clean engine oil
    Relieve the Fuel System Pressure
    1. Step 1 Detach the splash shield from the frame rail located underneath the driver's side door. Use a ratchet and socket.
    2. Step 2 Unplug the electrical connector you will see after removing the splash shield. The connector leads to the fuel pump module.
    3. Step 3 Start the engine and let it idle until it stalls. Then crank the engine for about 5 seconds to relieve the remaining fuel pressure from the system. If the engine does not start due to a bad fuel pump, crank the engine to make sure fuel pressure is relieved.
    4. Step 4 Turn the ignition key to the Off position.
    5. Remove the Fuel Pump
    6. Step 1 Disconnect the ground, battery cable from the battery using a wrench.
    7. Step 2 Jack up the rear of your F-150 using a floor jack and support it on 2 jack stands.
    8. Step 3 Remove the tank shield if your particular model is equipped with it using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
    9. Step 4 Support the fuel tank with the floor jack.
    10. Step 5 Disconnect the straps holding the tank to the truck's body using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
    11. Step 6 Lower the fuel tank just enough to gain access to the fuel lines, vapor lines and fuel pump electrical connector on top of the tank.
    12. Step 7 Disconnect the fuel lines and vapor lines from the sending unit/pump module. Press the lock tabs on the lines quick connectors and carefully pull the lines from their fittings. Then unplug the pump-module electrical connector.
    13. Step 8 Release the sending unit/pump module by turning the lock ring counterclockwise using the fuel tank sending unit wrench 310-123 or equivalent. See the Resources box and Tip boxes at the bottom of this article for more information.
    14. Step 9 Lift the sending unit/pump module off the tank carefully and discard the O-ring seal underneath the flange of the module.
    15. Install the Fuel Pump
    16. Step 1 Remove the old fuel pump from the module using a screwdriver and a pair of slip joint pliers and install the new pump on the module.
    17. Step 2 Lubricate the new O-ring seal with clean engine oil and lay the seal on the fuel tank opening.
    18. Step 3 Install the sending unit/pump module in the tank and turn the lock ring clockwise using the fuel tank sending unit wrench.
    19. Step 4 Lift the fuel tank just enough to attach the fuel lines, vapor line and plug the pump module electrical connector.
    20. Step 5 Raise the fuel tank to set it in its mounting place and secure the tank straps using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
    21. Step 6 Install the fuel tank shield using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket, if you had to remove it.
    22. Step 7 Lower your Cadillac Deville.
    23. Step 8 Connect the ground, battery cable using the wrench.
    24. Build Fuel System Pressure
    25. Step 1 Plug the electrical connector located on the frame rail underneath the driver's side door.
    26. Step 2 Attach the splash shield to the frame rail using the ratchet and socket.
    27. Step 3 Turn the ignition key to the "On" position for three seconds to let the fuel system build pressure. Then turn the key to the "Off" position. Repeat the cycle three times to make sure the system has enough pressure.
    28. Step 4 Start the engine and check for fuel leaks.
    Good luck and do rate this solution, please.

    Mar 20, 2010 | Jaguar Vanden Plas Cars & Trucks

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    Need to change fuel filter


    2008 Pontiac G5
    2008: Base; 4 Cyl 2.2L; "GAS, FI, L61, VIN F" 2008: GT; 4 Cyl 2.4L; "GAS, FI, VIN B"

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    How to Replace a Fuel Filter
    (DIY Complexity: Moderate / Time: 1.4 hours)

    Parts:
    1. Fuel Filter

    Tools:
    1. 3/8 in. Drive Ratchet
    2. Hose Pincher
    3. Flare Nut Wrench
    4. Flat Head Screwdriver
    5. Socket Set

    Steps:
    Step 1 Open the hood and locate the fuel filter. If the fuel filter is not in the engine compartment, follow the fuel line from the tank until the fuel filter is located.
    o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.

    Step 2 If the fuel filter has a clear case, inspect the filter element for dirt.

    Step 3 If the fuel filter case is not see-through, remove it from the fuel line. Drain the fuel from the filter into a container and inspect the condition of the fuel.
    o Tip: Caution: Before removing fuel lines or fuel related parts, make sure that the fuel pressure is relieved from the vehicle fuel system. To relieve the pressure in fuel injected systems, remove the fuel pump fuse and run the engine.

    Step 4 Install the new fuel filter making sure that the flow is in the correct direction. The arrow on the fuel filter is the direction of flow from the tank to the engine.

    Step 5 Secure the lines back onto the fuel filter. If applicable, reinstall the fuel pump fuse.

    Step 6 Start the engine and check for fuel leaks.

    Step 7 Test drive the vehicle to check for a rough running engine, hesitation, or lack of power.

    Hope help with this.

    Mar 12, 2010 | 2008 Pontiac G5

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    most likely try connecting a timing light while cranking to see if you have spark. If you have NO spark then the crank sensor is bad

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