OMGoodness! You should absolutely fire your mechanic! Clearly he/she has no clue what they're doing if they can't even answer that simple of a question and they're clearly NOT ASE certified! Any ley person can look in the vehicle's repair manual or even search on line to find out where the fuel pump is on any vehicle! Generally, they are inside the gas tank and the gas tank must be removed/dropped to service or replace it, and replacement is highly recommended if it is malfunctioning!
I couldnt find a direct link to fleet guard from a ng7172, but if it helps, the ACDelco part for that is PF2111. (i couldnt find any cross for fleet from that, either. Or from the Motorcraft part no.)
If it is a 6 cyl My Mechanic told me it does not have a fuel filter.
A fuel filter, on any type of automobile, should not produce smoke. A professional mechanic should look at the vehicle immediately.
to hard.. get a mechanic to do it.......
Take it to a mechanic
i recommend going to a mechanic...
from what I have been told by an independent Honda mechanic, the fuel filter is located in the gas tank. In order to replace it you would have to remove the back seats and open an access panel in the gas chamber. The mechanic said it is very expensive to do because of the labor that goes in to it.
This should be taken to a local mechanic if you can not figure it out yourself. However, using the car's manual, you should be able to figure out how to remove the fuel filter even if the coupling is broken.
According to the mechanic I spoke with, it is located inside the gas tank and should never need replacing.
It depends on the car itself and the fuel filter cost. Generally fuel filters for Toyota/Lexus are in the range of 30 to 40 dollars and another 20 dollars should help change it in a mechanic. But could be less also for labor. These are just estimated answers because you fail to provide further info in the question!
The filter is in the transmission pan. Let a reputable mechanic do a tranny flush the proper way.
I'm not a mechanic / technician , but as far as I know the power steering doesn't have a filter
Me and a mechanic buddy tried to find it and i think it is an in tank filter. not positive though Me and a mechanic buddy tried to find it and i think it is an in tank filter. not positive though
check the owners manual. most of them will tell you. also ask a mechanic to change your filter. watch him and remember
Take it to a mechanic
You should change your transmission fluid between 125000 km to 150000 km with the filter for an automatic . and the same for a standard without the filter . because there is no filter required for a standard transmission .
The filter may be lose if this is not the case the threads around the filter may be "stripped". Try changing the filter if this does not work I would take your vehichle to a certified mechanic.
you need to have this done by your mechanic it should run no more than 4 hours labor if you buy the pump. the pump goes inside the gas tank and should be about 125$
Dealership or any other competent mechanic.Dealership or any other competent mechanic.
I have a 2004 Sonata. The owners manual says to change the full filter at 52000 miles but I was tolled by my mechanic that the full filter is in the gas tank and not serviceable.
If you replaced the oil filter, it takes 3.9 quarts. If you didn't replace the oil filter, it takes 3.7 quarts. As a mechanic, I would never recommend changing the oil without replacing the filter also. Toyota says you should use 5W-30.
this is not a owner serviceable part take it to a mechanic
Get your local mechanic to bleed the injectors
go to a mechanic