How do you replace the fuel filter on a 2000 GMC Safari?
The fuel filter is located under the vehicle, on the driver's side, just ahead of the rear wheel. It is an inline fuel and can be changed with wrenches (no special tools). If the engine has been run recently, the line will be under pressure. Either release the pressure, or just loosen one of the connections slightly and catch the fuel in a pan.
It does have a fuel filter, it is located to the right of the battery. Go to this site: http://www.hondahookup.com/manuals/ sign up and download the repair manual free. It will explain how to replace it. Previous answers: "According to my Honda Dealer and American Honda Co. the 2000 Honda Civic does not have a fuel filter, it has a "strainer" located inside the fuel tank before the fuel enters the Fuel Pump."
THE FUEL FILTER IS LOCATED INSIDE THE FUEL TANK ON THE FUEL PUMP. TO REPLACE THE FUEL FILTER, THE FUEL TANK WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED TO REPLACE THE FILTER In Tank, Integral w/ fuel pump. This requires removing the gas tank and disassembly of the fuel pump assembly to service the fuel filter. Part Number: E1000-65504 >$35.00. Labor will be high unless you can do it yourself. http://img.eautopartscatalog.com/live/E100065504OES.JPG
its located under the drivers side loosen the lines on both sides you can move the lines enough to pull the filter out of the mounting replace the filter and check lines for leaks. a Chevy is an astro a gmc is a safari. and before you remove the fuel filter you have to de pressurize the system and then be prepared for spillage with some paper or towels. use eye protection.
Are you referring to a 200 model Metro? If so, there is no fuel filter to replace. 1998-2000 Metros have a fuel strainer in the tank. I have a 1999 Metro 3-cylinder and learned this over the summer when contacting the Chevrolet dealer. Are you referring to a 200 model Metro? If so, there is no fuel filter to replace. 1998-2000 Metros have a fuel strainer in the tank. I have a 1999 Metro 3-cylinder…