The fuel filter is a small flexible screen bag at the end of the fuel pump inside the gastank. You will usually not need to replace this filter...if it is dirty or clogged (and it rarely will be), you can simply rub it off with a cloth dampened with gasoline. To get to it, you will need to drop the Gastank by removing the straps, unhooking the filler tube and gas lines, unplugging the electrical connector (in the trunk behind the rear seat)and lowering the tank. Then remove the gas pump by turning the locking ring counter-clockwise and lifting the pump out of the tank. If you are having fuel pressure issues, it is more likely the pump that is bad than the filter. My breeze has over 200k miles and it is on it's 3rd pump.
the fuel filter is located behind the gas tank to the rear of the vehicl. you need to remove the bolt that holds the tank strap and there are quick connects on them. the new fuel filter should com with them. it is a tight spot to work in.
how to replace the fuel filter on a 1996 Plymouth breeze 2.0 four cylinder , the fuel filter is located on the passenger side (right side ) near the fuel tank on the frame rail on the fuel line , this job can be completed in about an hour, and it"s not to difficult to replace ...
the fuel filter is located on top of the gas tank.
It is very near the oil pan.
On a 1996 Plymouth Breeze, the crankshaft sensor can be found above the oil filter. It should be accessible without having to remove any other parts.
No, its not inside, but it might as well be. It is located on above the fuel tank and you cannnot access it without dropping the tank. I just had to replace the fuel pump on my 1997 Breeze, which is how I located the filter. Time consuming, pain in the butt, and, in my humble opinion, a very poor design by Chrysler.
Located in the fuel tank.
The fuel pump and regulator is in the fuel tank. The tank has to be dropped to replace the pump or the fuel filter.
A couple of different things could cause hesitation in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze including bad spark plugs. There could also be an issue with the fuel filter.
Directly above/behind the top of the oil filter.
On the side of the engine above/behind the oil filter.
It is under the hood, in the box at the front driver side.
Check out the related link for instructions on how to change the fuel filter in a 1999 Plymouth Voyager.
A 1993 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
Look under the vehicle along frame -- follow fuel lines from tank
About 5 for a filter change. 9 for dry fill.
It does not have a cabin filter.
Bad news, the filter is part of the fuel pressure regulator on the of the tank at the fuel pump module assy. It ain't real easy or cheap.
It is under the air filter and right beside the battery on the drivers side. If you pop the hood, and look down behind of driver side headlight, you will see it
It will require around five quarts.
drop the gas tank, filter is on top of tank
the crankshaft censor is on top of the oil filter houseing!! its on the back side of the motor
The filter is located in the pump, on the gas tank.
fuel filter is above gas tank
The fuel filter for these are located on the frame rail near the fuel tank.
The sensor is located behind the front passenger wheel behind the oil filter