Please start a new question, and be sure to list the engine size, mileage, and transmission type. This is an old conversation between two people. It shows up on our list as having already received a reply, so none of the other experts are going to see your addition or have a chance to reply. That won't get you the help you need. You also didn't say what problem you're trying to solve. Your question was already answered in the first reply. I can add that except for diesel engines, unless the fuel filter is rusted and leaking, you will never solve a running problem on a Chrysler product by replacing the fuel filter. They commonly last the life of the vehicle.
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 AT 10:03 PM