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Old 04-06-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
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I have a 1994 single cab regular bed with a single 16 gallon tank. Where is the fuel filter located?

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Old 04-06-2011, 12:34 AM   #2
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Driver's side on the inside of frame about even with door.
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Do you need a special tool to remove the fuel filter
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yes you can get them at the parts store they make a cheapo one and then they have a aluminum set of differant sizes
spray the fittings with some pb blaster and let sit a few hours before you start. it'll make them "easier" to remove
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U can get a plastic one with a handle at auto zone for under five dollars I found it works best
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Thought you did just gonna grab a cheap one throw it in the glove box
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yes you can get them at the parts store they make a cheapo one and then they have a aluminum set of differant sizes
spray the fittings with some pb blaster and let sit a few hours before you start. it'll make them "easier" to remove
You sure do love that PB Blaster.
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It's good stuff
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This thread would have been shorter if you would have just bought a manual for your truck, and read a few pages. What is the world comming to when someone would rather get on their computer and ask a question rather than trying to help themselves.
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