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I have a 2004 CRV. It keeps stalling out but not quitting. Sounds like a fuel filter problem. Can you replace just the filter or do you need to replace the whole fuel pump?

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Well it totally depends on what exactly is at fault and how muc. i own a 2011 honda cr v ex and just after buying i faced a similar issue. that god i was covered.

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Macarrengo, Yes you can replace just the fuel filter. You have to locate it first. Most Honda's place the fuel filter in the engine compartment. Follow the fuel rail to the supply line and there is a canister type filter there. When you replace the filter be sure to reuse the metal gaskets (washers)that are on the line. If not here, then look along the frame rail close to the fuel tank and you will find it there. These are usually clip type connectors. When removing the line from the filter place a rag around it as there may be some residual pressure in the line. After you replace the filter turn the key to the on position and listen for the pump to prime and pressurize the line once again. Do this twice and then on the third time start the engine and let it run for a while so that all the air is expunged from the line. Good luck with this.

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