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Changing Fuel Filter

Did anyone change there fuel filter??? If so, where is it located and is it a easy job?? having almost 17,000 miles and still using the same fuel filter makes me think i have to change it. I don't think any filter will last more then 15,000 miles so i should change it. thanks in advance.
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i think its inside the fuel tank if i am not wrong..

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Check your service manuel, i'm pretty sure you got a while before you need to do that.

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It's in the tank and it's part of the fuel pump/sending unit module. It's not a normal service item but it can be changed if you want to go through the trouble of dropping the tank.



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It's in the tank and it's part of the fuel pump/sending unit module. It's not a normal service item but it can be changed if you want to go through the trouble of dropping the tank.
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