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Do not smoke while working on fuel system. Keep open flame away from your work area.
While replacing the fuel filter, be careful to keep a safe distance between battery terminals and any tools.
The fuel filter should be replaced whenever the fuel pressure drops below the specified value [260 - 310 kPa (38 - 46 psi) with the fuel pressure regulator vacuum hose disconnected and pinched] after making sure that the fuel pump and the fuel pressure regulator are OK.
Place a shop towel under and around the fuel filter.
Relieve fuel pressure.
Remove the engine wire harness bracket and power steering feed hose clamp.
Remove the banjo bolt and the fuel feed pipe while supporting the fuel filter with another wrench, as shown.
Remove the fuel filter clamp and fuel filter.
When assembling, use new washers as shown. NOTE : Clean the flared joint of high pressure hoses thoroughly before reconnecting them.
Saturday, October 11th, 2008 AT 1:03 AM