Question about 1993 Subaru Loyale
Posted by Anonymous on
Easy, one in hose, one out. Will be marked with arrows showing fuel direction, Philips head screw driver and some pliers. It is mounted on the driver side under the hood, just next to the strut. Slide the little silver clamps back after you loosen them, then gently grab the hose with you pliers and move it side to side to loosen. Do this gently, you do not want to puncture the hoses. There is also a clamp buckle holding the filter in it's bracket. Sometimes it is a good idea to spray some lubricant underneath to loosen them. Wear some gloves, as you will get gas on your hands. Make sure you put the new filter on just like the old one with the arrows pointing the proper direction.When you re-attach the hoses, do not overtighten. Start the car and check for leaks. Take care.
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