the car won't have any Top-End speed or power...like something is holding it back...but this symptom could also be a plugged exhaust or a timing belt that has slipped a notch... or a bad clutch or slipping auto transmission...:)
the factory recommends a new t-belt at 60, I recommend it every 50K miles...
everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional manual available...in the reference section, you'll have to make copies of the important sections...good luck :)
I agree with above answer...you won't get enough fuel pressure to the fuel injectors when the gas pedal is a pushed hard. Replacing the fuel filter is an easy job for a backyard mechanic, or else fairly cheap if you pay someone. It seems nobody ever replaces fuel filters, so I strongly recommend it for EVERYONE who owns a car that is not brand new. I think 50,000 miles is good idea....VW might tell you at 30,000 miles....I'm not sure.
Need to know the year.... Typically they have a fuel water seperator filter which is typically located along the frame around the fuel tank(s). Then after the fuel is filtered once it is then filtered again by the main fuel filter thats usually on or around the engine. So typically they have 2 fuel filters.
You will not know until your engine stops. For this reason fuel filters are just replaced a a set mileage. I recommend every 75,000 miles unless the filter is in the fuel tank. In that case it requires no maintanence.
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Clogged fuel filters result in poor throttle response and lack of power. Filters should be ideally changed before that happens. The 2002 Trailblazer owner manual says fuel filter should be changed at 100k miles. I expect the 2003 manual makes some comment. I have a 2002 and just changed filters.
Most fuel filters are external 2003 was the last year they put the filters on the inside of the drivers side frame rail. starting in 2004 they were in the fuel tank. tweek
After replacing the fuel filter and checking the fuel pump fuse and relay it still does not work, replace it.
I know of two. One is a fine material covering the fuel pick up in the fuel tank. And the other is a cylinder located inside the drivers side chassis rail. From there the fuel goes straight to the fuel injectors.
Not that I know of, although stranger things have happened...
3 , air filter ,fuel filter, oil filter that i know of, and don't forget the cabin filter.
Its Located In The Fuel Tank. Recommend You Let A Garrage Test And Change This. Good Luck
the fuel pump is located in the center of the gastank. it can be accesed by removing the round cover found on the center of the exterior of the gastank - you do not need to remove the entire gastank
Fuel filters are replace at a set mileage determined by the manufacture as outlined in your owners manual. Change it at that mileage. If you have no owners manual then change it every 50,000 miles.
my 91 izuzu rodeo is not working i have replaced the fuel filter and its still not crancking if i put fuel injecter fluid on it it will cranck then shut off and i belive its the fuel filter how do i know if its my fuel filther and where is it located
all I need to know is the location of the fuel pump relay on a 1992 1500C chevi pickup truck , please
the fuel filter is located under the vehicle , drivers side, in front of the fuel tank..... mounted on the chassis in the fuel line........
It is underneath the back passenger seat. I know this because I own this car. We just changed the fuel pump. Easy to access.
Not sure what the manufacturer suggests, but I replace fuel filters every year just for good measure. A 5 dollar filter is a lot easier to replace than a 100 dollar internal fuel pump.
I have an 83;fuel filter is inside the electric fuel pump beneath the the passenger door mounted on the frame. Mine needed a 17mm socket to remove the bottom of the pump housing.Thats the only fuel filter I know of.
I don't know if your 1992 is the same as my 1995 , but looking from the front it is about 2 inches to the right of the oil fill cap on mine
cant there is no fitting on these trucks I know ,I have an '88 Gmc Sierra You have to remove the fuel filter and splice one in
Trust me, If you have to bang on the fuel tank to make the fuel pump run, Then it is time to put a fuel pump and filter in.
The parts store you buy it from will know.
Start with the easy stuff and check your fuel filters, I am afraid I dont know where they are if it is more than one like the older models but I'm sure somebody here can help.
i know in 89 240 there are 2 fuel filters. 1st is in the fuel tank , to remove filter you need to knock the spin lock counterclockwise with a hammer and chisel carefully. 2nd fliter is in the fuel line in front of the rear driver tire . theres a securing plate which has 3 bolts. it is a can shape.
It kind of sounds like some kind of fuel problem. Check your fuel filter, and your fuel pump I would recommend checking your air filters to. -PJ