Question about 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5
Before you touch anything remove your gas cap to relieve pressure. The fuel line runs along the passenger side under the truck. Be careful when removing the filter not to brake the fuel line, the best way to prevent this is to leave the filter attached to the bracket that is attached to the truck. With two vice grips, connect on side to the movable nut and the other to the fixed nut on the filter. As you loosen the side with the movable nut make sure that you do not let the other side move. Once one side is loose do the same on the other side. Loosen the bracket and remove old filter. Place new filter in bracket and tighten then repeat then steps to install. After installation, start truck to check for leaks. If you find any you may need to use teflon on threads. I hope this helps, I just replaced mine and broke my fuel line and had to buy gaskets to repair the line. Good luck
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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