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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's located on the passenger side of the car in front of the rear tire.
Change it in the morning, after the car has stood overnight as it will be under pressure otherwise, and need to be depressurised.
Have a bowl and rags handy to catch spilled fuel during this operation.
You will need a Spanner to remove the bolt holding the filter and pliers and/or a screwdriver to remove the hose clamps from the filter.
Remove the bolt and then remove the hose clamps. Slowly pull the hoses off the filter. Dispose of the used filter properly. Then reverse the steps to put on the new filter
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
The speedometer went out at 50,000 miles. The head gasket blew at 125,000 miles. I bought this car new when I started college, and it was the best front-wheel drive car I ever owned. The speedometer went at about 50,000 miles. I traced it to the printed circuit board, but Chrysler didn't carry the part, so I guessed my speed based on what gear I was in and my tachometer reading.
Posted on May 14, 2008
MAKE SURE KEY IS OFF USE A BUCKET AND TAKE OFF LINES TO THE FILTER YOU WILL LEAK SOME THEN REVERCE THE SAME WAY BACK BUT MAKE SURE THE ARROW IS POINTED TOWARD THE ENGINE ON THE FILTER
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
But you'll have to plug the line very fast. with the pressure and volume of a full tank it makes that simple job a bit more of a task.
When you remove the rubber line from the nozzle of the fuel filter have a stemming plug or bolt handy to quickly insert to seal the flow from the line coming from the tank.
If you can either drain the tank via manual or electronic siphon or run some of that fuel out. Before taking that on or you're going to spill an yet to be determined amount of fuel.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Check and clean AIS motor. (automatic idle speed) sometimes referred to as IAC as well. ( Idle Air control) same thing. remove it and clean pintle (pointed end) well with throttle body spray cleaner, as well as port it comes out of, and try it. If it's cured great, if it happens again a little later, replace it.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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