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CHECK FOR SPARK AND FUEL.IF ALL IS GOOD A BAD COLD START VALVE WILL CAUSE COLD ENGINE START UP PROBLEMS COLD START VALVE DOES SAME JOB AS ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR IT ENRICHEN FUEL SYSTEM FOR COLD START UPS. DO LITTLE TUNE UP MAKE SURE SPARK PLUGS AND WIRES GOOD, REPLACE DISTRIBUTOR CAP AND ROTOR,CHECK IGNITION TIMING, REPLACE AIR FILTER AND FUEL FILTER. IF CAR GETTING FUEL AND SPARK.CAR TIMING BELT COULD HAVE JUMP TIMING IF TIMING BELT NEVER BEEN SERVICED OR REPLACED.
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. A easy way to trace the filter is by going to the gas cap. Whichever side you fill gas at. Get under the vehicle and follow the gas lines that lead toward the front of the car. You will then run into the filter.
The fuel filter is located behind the back seat.there is a 9" access port in the center of the fuel tank behind the back seat. located in the center of the open port you will see a fuel hose with some hose clamps.the 3 semicircular bolts that line the bottom of the portal anchor the bracket that holds the fuel filter mounted deeper in the fuel tank. Thankyou-