Tuesday, November 29, 2011


If you need dis-assembly or replacement instructions for any other auto/car part, or you want to ask question related to your car/truck jeep problem then please leave the comment with your details, so I can provide you the required instructions and solutions.

The details are as follows :----
First inspect the fuel filter,before replacing.
The  Symptoms of filter issues: anything from a mild to severe loss of power accelerating or under a load, worse case the engine will not run.
Release pressure from the line and then change out the filter, it is in the fuel supply line under the truck.The fuel filter on Chevy trucks and suburbans is under the vehicle on the drivers side.They have been in that location from 1988 models to at least 2004. symptoms of a plugged fuel filter would be sluggish acceleration, engine would feel like it is trying to die on heavy acceleration but picks up when you let off the throttle.if the filter is stopped up completely then you could get a stall or no start condition.
The fuel filter is tucked away inside the frame, located on the drivers side, right about the middle of the door. If you crawl under the truck, looking up, you will see the fliter hidden neatly behind the beam of the frame. Its very easy to take off. Buy a new filter before you take the old one off, and you will then know what to look for. Hope this helps.

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