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Turn the Key to the 'ON' position, the fuel pump should run for about 1 second. listen for it. Do this a few times without trying to start the car. This should pressurize the system. now try starting the car. There may be air in the system from changing the filter.
The fuel line comes from the tank to the fuel filter, goes tru the
fuel filter to the fuel line going to the engine injector fuel lines
which deliver a mist of fuel to the engine cylinders to make the vehicle
If there was no Pressure or fuel in the line then the pump is defective. Did you half to bleed the fuel line pressure off to get the filter disconnected from the fuel line. Can you hear the pump run when the key is on, you should be able to hear it run. And if you can hear it running then you can check the fuel pump pressure the motor does not half to be running to do this. Good Luck and have a good XMASS.
fuel flow is from tank to seperator filter then to supply pump on block now under presure to the secondary filter on the engine in the valley from there to the injection pump fuel not injected leaves the injector pump through the check valve at the top front of the pump entering the return lines withe the lines from all the returns on the injectors back to the tank. Yes the primary filter is on the **** side and should not be opened while running or cranking. hope this helps. Jim
The Lines are simple if it's a 2.4 EFI the lines run on the driver side inner rail from the center top of fuel tank, and up the middle of the firewall to the injector rail or throttle body carburetor there is also one line that runs from the evap canister back to the tank and to the fuel system three lines total one is a return line the large line is the main fuel line and has the fuel filter mounted on it and is under the driver side door inside the frame rail.