Question about Chrysler Voyager
It's located about the center of the van and about 2 feet in front of the tank, It has three lines coming out of it. Two going to the rear to the tank and one to the front. Be sure to tell the parts man what body style the van is when you ask for one because the long van ( Grand) uses longer lines. The round thing at the top of the tank itself is NOT a filter, but a vapor separator. There's nothing inside it. You may have to loosen the tank straps some to drop the tank a little to disconnect the lines on top of the tank. Be careful, the lines will have pressure. I always pull the relay in the fuse box under the hood that's marked 'fuel pump' while the van is running and let it run out of gas before changing the filter. Even then you will get some pressure
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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