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|Inside Diameter:||5/16 Tube Connector|
|Outside Diameter:||3.13 in|
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Q:what does it fit
A:Hi happy, I'm glad to assist you! This fuel filter fits various Ford, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury and Merkur cars. I need you to provide your vehicle's year, make, model and engine size so we can assist you further.
Q:is there a special tool to remove this part
A:From what i can remember only fords need a special fuel filter removal tool. Some just have lines that go over the filter ends and you would only need a flat head screwdriver.
A:Most Fords have quick release fuel fittings held in place with a plastic U shaped clip. You will need to gently squeeze the ends of the clip as they have small barbs holding them in place. They are however easy to remove. Review a Chilton or Haynes manual however to make sure that your fuel system isn't under pressure and how to relieve the pressure if neccessary.
Q:where is this thing located??? It appears that it is under the hood. Do you have a diagram as to where it's located???
A:The Fuel Filter is located under the vehicle. It's location varries depending on your vehicle. It is ussually close to the driver's door or could be on the passenger side. It is located under the vehicle. For more information you can contact us at 1-877-ADVANCE or visit www.advanceautoparts.com
A:Depending on the model it could be located on either side but is usually mounted on a bracket on the frame/unibody rail. Look underneath your vehicle about 2 feet in front of your gas tank near the rocker panel. If you cant find it just follow the fuel line from your gas tank. They are usually easy to get too but some systems are under pressure. You can check a Chilton manual on how to relieve the pressure if neccessary.