The fuel filter is located under the car on the passenger side in front of the fuel tank. It is an inline fuel filter that looks like a small can. To replace it, remover the two fuel line connectors from each end and unbolt the bracket. Reverse the proceedures to install. Be sure you have the fuel flow direction going the right way. I have a 1990 Lemans, I assume the 1991 is the same.
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fuel filter stopped up or fuel pump loosing fire.
24-inch rims will indeed fit on a 1973 Pontiac LeMans. The tires would have to be closer to low profile model, however.
because of transmission failure
Orpheus filter? I am sorry but I don't think there is any Orpheus filter. I am unsure why Pontiac would want to filter song and poetry.
The 455 and 400 was an option motor in the 1972 Pontiac LeMans, yes it will fit. I'm not sure if a beefier tranny was also included?
could be a bad modulator valve but i would change filter and fluid in transmission first
The Pontiac LeMans would be my choice. It is slightly larger and more luxurious. The Pontiac engine was also a better engine than the Chevy.
Leaking valve cover gaskets would leak onto the exhaust pipes under the hood of the car.
Yes if it had one, however it uses a pick up coil inside the distributer
Depending on what body parts you are needing, the 70-72 should fit. This would include the GTO and the LeMans.
Your pump and filter are rated at a certain psi. To change that you would have to change the pump and maybe the filter.
On the oil pan there is a cap you unscrew, and inside there is a "card board filter", that you would pull out and replace.
If you are talking about a hole in the oil filter housing, that would be for the oil pressure sending unit.
It's pretty much a bolt-in. Would require correct motor mounts, of course. The holes may already be drilled in the frame.
simply takes 2 wrenches to change the fuel filter how ever i recommend u cahnge the fuel pump also which is a little tricky if u have never done it i would suggest going to a mechanic
oil filter toolYou would need a oil filter wrench, a jack that's all you need to change the filter.
Maybe internal transmission problem 1st and cheapest step would be to change fluid and filter
Might just need a front end alignment or maybe balance and rotate your tires.
I have a 2000 Audi TT with 125,000 miles on it and I would like to change the fuel filter. Where on the vehilce is it??? I have already purchased the filter.
You would have to be more specific regarding which filter you are talking about.
change your fuel filter.
I would change the fuel filter.
It takes 4.2 quarts with a filter change. The filter holds .6 quart. That is why there is a discrepancy between the manual and the dip stick. If you did not change the filter the oil pan would hold only 3.6 quarts. Bottom line, change the oil & filter and add 4.2 quarts.
It would be mounted to a bracket that is bolted to the intake manifold behind the carburetor, just follow the coil wire leading from the center of the distributor cap, the other end is attached to the ignition coil.