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I have a 91 buick park avenue that doesnt want to pull acts like it doesnt want to go sluggish like it is not getting any gas it was NOT the alternator

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Check the exhaust system sound like it is pluged

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First off the fuel filter is usually located in the under body, under the rear passenger door. Best tools to use. I recommend two open end wrenches of the correct size. Always turn counterclockwise when loosening.

If the filter has been under there for a well, you might want to use some liquid wrench or WD 40. Saturate the bolts really good about 48 hours before repairs, on a 19 year old car, you'll probably be glad you did. No special procedure, it's self explanatory, installation is the reverse of removal.

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If there is still resistance when you pull the lever then the cable is still connected.Try having someone with a open hand slap on the hood while you pull the lever.Try the corners and work your way to the center.If you do get it open lube all the latch parts.Well hope this helps and good luck.

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