First U check ABOVE the filter 2 b sure the intake manifold & Valve covers aren't Leaking.. then U check 2 c if the mounting surface is flat & the threaded connector is tight & if that doesn't work U might need a new filter
If after checking above, the filter, as Marv pointed out, you find that it is indeed the filter that is leaking, replace the filter. Clean the mounting surface throughly, oil the filter gasket, and tighten the filter 3/4 turn after it touches the mounting surface. No more, no less! A leaking filter is almost always caused by incorrect installation.
If it has a carb.- - at the inlet fuel line of the carb.
Remove the old filter. Replace it with a new filter. Before installing the new filter wipe the mounting surface clean and apply a coat of oil to the new oil filter's gasket. Spin on the filter and tighten it 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. No, more and no less. If you still see oil leaking from the filter then look above the filter for the leak. Possibly valve cover is leaking.
1984 cadillac deville
Inside the alternator.
I believe that is where your fuel filter is located.
How to replace a fuel filter on a 1984 Chevy S-10
A seal, or hose is leaking or you have a cracked carb. Check the fuel filter and make sure it's not loose or cross threaded.
The cast of Amour Impossible - 1984 includes: Michelle Deville Erika Hagenlocher Michel Oicle
Probably leaking heater core.If not repairable get one from junkyard.
Under the air filter
The factory size for the rims of a 1984 Cadillac DeVille is 15 inches. It is possible to put other size rims on this car but it may require modification of the car or wheel well.
Get a carb. and you can eliminate alot of the unwanted mess in the engine bay.
3.2 liters without a new filter. 3.6 with a new filter.
On the driver's side firewall.
Simple! The fuel filter is bolted to the driver side of the block under the intake manifold.
I would check on top of the intake manifold in front of the carburetor, at least that's where the fuel filter is on a 1984 LTD Brougham 3.8 liter carburetor engine.
If it is carburated (?) maybe in the inlet line of the Carb.
It should screw into the carburetor on the feed line.
Take it to a mechanic
The fuel filter is accessed from the under side of the vehicle. It is located near the front "jack markings" on the passenger side of the vehicle.
no fluid in reservoir due to leaking reservoir or slave cylinder
Unhook battery ground, get under car with the two correct wrenches and remove the filter. Drain gas into a pan( not a lot gets out). Install new filter.