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Where about is the oil filter for a v6 vortex it is a gmc jimmy

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Open the hood. Look just behind the left headlight. Go figure. but it is a really easy location to work on.

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Ok i need your help I got a 95 gmc jimmy with a 4.3 vortex that's not starting I got fuel coming to the filter but no fuel going to the motor anybody got any ideals?


is there fuel coming out of filter. with it being a vortex motor it could be the fuel pressure is too low to open the fuel injectors or you have a cracked fuel line inside the intake manifold and not allowing the fuel to go out the injectors.

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Can a 2 wheel drive oil filter for a gmc jimmy work on a 4 wheel drive gmc jimmy?


I would use recommended filter pressure could be different and could possibly cause an issue not to mention filter media area coverage imo.

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WHERE IS OIL FILTER LOCATED ON 1999 GMC JIMMY?


it should be under front bumper behind a plastic door with a flathead screw.

Jul 05, 2014 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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I have a 4WD 1998 GMC Jimmy 4.3L Vortec V6 and it started running hot then it shut off and wouldn't start back up... do you think there would be any way to fix without replacing the whole engine


IS THEIR WATER IN THE OIL? CHECK THE PLUGS TO SEE IF THEIR WET.YOU MIGHT PUT SOME PLUGS IN IT IF WET TO SEE IF IT WILL RUN.THEN PUT SOME HEADGASKETS ON IT.BUT IN REALITY NEW MOTOR WOULD BE BEST.

Aug 26, 2011 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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I am having trouble trying to find the oil filter on a 89 gmc jimmy s-15 v6 4.3L 4x4 please help


look at the front of the vevicle to the left near the rear of the headlight

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Where is the oil filter location on a 2000 GMC Jimmy


Try looking under the front of the vehicle, and there should be a trap door in the plastic underneath that provides oil filter access. It's like that on my 95 chevy blazer which is essentially the same vehicle...4.3L motor V6. Hope this helps.

Apr 29, 2010 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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1996 chevy s10 4.3 vortex lifters knocking at start up but goes away after 10 minutes idling. changed oil and filter oil pump reads 58-60psi at idle and seems to be working.


High milage? Try engine cleaner, run for couple hundred miles and then use an additive like Restore. If it's just dirt this may help. Make sure you are using the correct viscosity oil for winter temps. If it's from wear only parts replacement will fix it.

Feb 07, 2010 | 1996 GMC Jimmy

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1999 gmc jimmy w 4.3 v6. cannot find oil filter


look under the front of your blazer, just below the bumper, and you will see a little access door in the plastic guard. Open this door, and you will find your oil filter.

Dec 01, 2009 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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I have a 1995 GMC Jimmy that won't start.


It sounds like a faulty fuel pressure regulator. When you turn the key to the on position the fuel pump starts for an instant to build pressure in the fuel line. If the pressure regulator has allowed too much leakage since the last start then the fuel pump does not have enough time to prime the line. The fuel pressure will still measure ok when the car is running because the leakage is very low. Try turning the key off and on a few times prior to starting and see if the extra pump priming steps help. Also check the vacuum line to the regulator because it needs vacuum to work correctly.

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GM 2.8L V6 Engine Problem


This is called blow-by, the oil rings are gone in the engine.

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