Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Posted by Anonymous on
Hello, my name is Ben. Your fuel filter is under the driver's side of the truck, mounted to the inside of the frame. It's directly under the driver's door. If you get under the truck just under your door and look at the inside of the frame rail you will see the filter. You will see two nuts on the outside which hold a small plastic cradle which holds the actual filter. Make sure to use two wrenches on each end of the filter so as to not break the fittings on the end of the filter. I recommend changing fuel filters every 10,000 miles, even though the book says 30,000. I consider it cheap insurance. Good luck.
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