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I have a 1989 isuzu pickup 2wd I noticed there is a little what looks like to me a fuel filter located right before the fuel pump which has its own little mounting bracket is that needed?

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  • kbone04 Feb 08, 2011

    But I noticed there is a bigger filter right after the tank and sometimes it won't start but it has fuel up to that small filter but not after and no one can find it in there system

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Yes absolutely without it you will destroy your fuel system.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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    Frank Rossiter Feb 08, 2011

    well if its right after the tank i think that it it just a fuel filter. if the car is not starting it needs to be replaced. i will look up your vehicle specs and let you know what it is.

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