Question about 2002 Chevrolet Malibu
Ok matey this is what you do
1. locate the fuel filter
2. it will have press clips or normal screw clips
3. need 2 hose clamps to stop the fuel running out and air going in the lines
4. undo the clips/ clamps
5. remove the filter u might have to wriggle it and pull it there on tiight
6 put the new one on with the arrow going towards the engine
7 do clamps/clips up
8check all is tight
9 remove clamps and away you go
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