On a 16-valve Saab 900 (1985-93) it is just ahead of the the fuel tank on the right side. You should be able to reach it by removing the right rear wheel. It is a large silver cylinder, a bit larger than a soup can, with hoses attached to each end. On an 8-valve Saab (CIS fuel injection, 1979-88) it is on the left side inner front fender, just ahead of the coolant filler bottle. It is a large silver cylinder, a bit larger than a soup can, with hoses attached to each end.
the fuel filter is located on the firewall
The fuel filter on a Saab 9-5 is located above the gas tank in the rear of the vehicle. The fuel filter has a line leading to the EFI (Electronic Fuel Injector) in the engine, a vapor line for the gas tank, and a fuel line from the gas tank.
The fuel filter is on a front corner of the fuel tank.
The fuel filter is located either in the engine compartment on the left side, or just ahead of the fuel tank under the car on the right side. It is easily removed with a selection of metric open end wrenches (or if you prefer "spanners").
The 2003 9-3 doesn't have a replaceable filter, I doubt the 9-5 does either.
The fuel filter is located under the hood on the back firewall, passenger side.
in the fuel tank
The fuel filter on a 1996 Saab 9000 is located under the car, just in front of the right rear wheel. Replacement is easy, but take care and precautions (fire extinguisher) because there's riks of fuel spill.
The fuel filter is just inside of the left rear wheel on this car.
The fuel pump is in the tank. The filter is just in front of the tank.
There is no fuel filter mounted at the carburetor. The fuel filter is located under the vehicle, driver's side, below trunk area, mounted on side of fuel tank in fuel line.
where is the fuel fiter located on a 1989 buick century wagon 2.5l 4cyl, and how do i go about replacing it.