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Where is the fuel filter located and how do you replace it on a 2001 Hyundai Accent?

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2006-04-25 01:53:39
2006-04-25 01:53:39

I would look on the driver side firewall in engine compartment. Try tracing high pressure fuel hose from fuel rail. it is above the gas tank , you remove the back seat and change it from inside the car. bolloxs its in the engine bay clamped to the bulk head with two banjo type hoses on it one on the top and one on the bottom but its a sod to remove best left to a dealer. Rear seat will need to be removed. There is a panel in the floor, pop that open. Fuel filter is located below panel. The fuel filter is under the back seat in my 2000 Accent. Once you lift the backseat there is a small panel and if u lift that up it is in there. The filter has two connections on it one at the top and one at the bottom remove one slowly as some fuel may spray and then hold it upwards and have a rag handy to prewvent any fuel from getting on the interior when removing the other end. Just attach the new filter the same way the old one was. Dont stress if the car doesn't start immediately as fuel needs to go through the new filter.

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