If it has a carb. on the inlet fuel line to carb.
if it's fuel injected, the filter is located on left (driver side) frame rail just behind the engine. On a carb model, it's located on the rear of the carb where the fuel line attaches.
in the fuel line going into the carb in the fuel line going into the carb
Carb.? At the fuel inlet at the carb.
threaded into the front of the carb. Follow the fuel line from the fuel pump to the carb.
Front of the carb.
Disconnect the fuel line from the carb with a 5/8" line wrench then unthread the fitting in the carb with a 1" wrench. The fuel filter is inside that fitting. Take note how the filter and spring are assembled into the carb for reassembly.
Located on the carb. Remove the air cleaner and between the ignition coil & the distributor you will see the fuel line going to the carb. Between the rubber line & the carb is the filter (screws into the carb). Two options, long & short filter.
Should be located in the fuel inlet line of the carb.Remove fuel line and fitting at carb.
I believe that one is either screwed into the carb or is very near the carb on the fuel line. Mark
The fuel filter screws directly into the carb, or could possibly be inline of the fuel line.
depends if its fuel injected or carburated. tbi under drivers side door, carb urated should be right by carb
scewed in front of carb,the as line hooks into it.
From the factory, the fuel filter would be in the Q-jet carb. You have to disconnect the fuel line at the carb and remove that housing on the carb. Filter is inside.
look between the carb and the furl pump on the drivers side of the block.
Mine is on the right side of the distributor under all the wiring.
One fuel filter is inline going directly into the carb. Rumor has it there is another on the drivers side frame rail
In the inlet fuel line in the carb. Remove fuel line and then the larger fitting behind, filter should be right there
Carb.? On the inlet fuel line to the carb.
2.8L: It is where the fuel line goes into the carb. 2.9L: It is on the driver's side frame rail.
If you remove the air cleaner from the top of the carburetor and look at the front of the carburetor you will see a big medal line going to the carb. You will need a 1 inch wrench and a 5/8 inch wrench to take the fuel line loose from the carb. The fuel filter is behind the 1 inch fitting that's screewed into the carb.
The end with the hole and gasket go toward the carb then the spring and cover.
if a v8 most likely on front of carb. look for the fuel line from pump
I fuel injection its underneath near fuel tank, if carb it doesnt have one however depends on the carb type, it may have gauze filter in inlet on carb.
Usually where the fuel line connects to the carb. The filter is actually in the carb body when you loosen the bigger nut.