Question about 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier
I believe your fuel filter has a threaded connection on one end and a hose connection on the other. I would use a line wrench on the threaded end, and if it has a worm clamp on the other end, remove it. If it has a plastic retainer, you will need to squeeze the two sides together to get it to release. Do it SLOWLY until the fuel pressure releases.
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