First you need to release gas pressure in the high pressure gas line, disconnect the pump harness. Remove the bolts. After that remove carefully the pump from the tank, make sure that there is no dust around. Replace the filter, reinstall.
I would immediately check the oil level. If you find that it is not low of oil, immediately replace the filter with a new name brand filter. AC/Delco would be my choice in this vehicle. If that does not help, replace the oil pressure sending unit.
You release it by taking off the fuel filter. Be sure the ignition key is off. About a half cup of fuel will spill.... more if you encounter a siphoning effect.
remove fuel pump fuse. then start engine it will stall when fuel runs out change filter then replace fuse.
auto-drain the fluid replace the filter and refill with new AFT (automatic transmission fluid) mannul-drain and replace fluid
Could possibly be the electric fuel pump is not producing enough pressure. Or the fuel filter is clogged from not changing it, or a bad load of gas clogged it. Perform fuel pressure test if filter is OK
you open the gas cap to release any charge from the line
Release the pressure from the system by loosening the top nut. Then just loosen the nut for in and out. Make sure you replace the washers. I believe there are three washers.
relieve fuel system pressure. use needle nose pliers to squeeze and release the filter bracket from the chasis. depress the plastic quick release tabs and detatch fuel lines from filter. use 1 wrench to steady the filter and another wrench to unscrew the fuel line fitting and remove filter. installation is reverse.
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