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Q:where is the fuel filter,worked on many cars but this car something else,thank you
A:Hi Butch! Since you didn't mention the specific vehicle, it's hard to tell for sure. To give you the correct information I would need the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.
Q:Is there a tool needed to help disconnect the fitting side of the filter, or do they just slide off?
A:Removing a fuel filter is something that most "do-it-yourself". If removing the fuel filter on a fuel injection engine. Choose wrenches that fit and put them on the fittings. This will require wrenches in two sizes. Place a rag on top of the fitting while the wrenches are on it. Hold the wrench that is near the fuel filter steady, and turn the other wrench counter-clockwise until the nut is loosened. Remove the fuel line from the filter. Repeat the process on the opposite end of the fuel filter. Release the clamp that holds the fuel filter in place using a flat head screwdriver if needed. Remove the fuel filter.
A:Yes, Joe, it does require a special wrench. They are available in sets usually and on the end where you see the plastic above you place the wrench and press it into the line. It will allow you to pull the filter out as it compresses the plastic lock. On the other end, common wrenches are used.