Question about Chevrolet C2500
First thing, find your fuel filter (drivers side frame rail, about center in the truck...looks like a metal can in the middle of a metal line) and clean the exterior and the area around it so you don't get particulate matter into the new one or the line. Next, pull the fuel pump relay and start the engine. It will die, but it depressurizes the fuel line. Turn everything off, replace the relay, and you can proceed to remove the fuel filter with a couple of wrenches. On occasion, you'll find one with a different type of connector, so make sure you know how to release anything different before you start. Put the new one on, and turn on the ignition switch to run, (don't start it yet) then off, and repeat a couple of times to prime and pressurize it again. Then start, and check for leaks.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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