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How do you replace the fuel filter located on a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis?

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2011-03-29 20:38:42
2011-03-29 20:38:42

the fuel filter is located on the frame under the passenger side front door area...it is a filter similar to an oil filter and the rubber lines need to be removed to get the filter off. On the 4 door model, it is located under the passenger side rear door area.

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