Your car has 2 fuel filters. One is inside the tank mounted on the fuel pump while the other is mounted on the right side frame rail. The one on the frame rail is usually the one that fails first. Replacement involves draining off the fuel pressure by removing the fuel pump fuse, then you start the engine and let it shut off, then try starting it again. The pressure should be out of the system. Then Then you need to raise the vehicle to access the filter. It has one clamped line and one quick disconnect line that you will need the release tool for. Then you remove the bolt and filter and install the new one.
However you may want to test the system first as those symptoms could also be caused by other things. When you start it, how long does it run before stalling? Any check engine or security lights? Did this just start when the cold weather hit (if you're in the cold areas)?
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Sunday, February 14th, 2021 AT 12:39 PM