Under your brake master cylinder against the firewall. The fuel filter is located on the drivers side frame rail just in front of the rear tire. Definately remove the gas cap to relieve system pressure. Disconect the lower hose first, this will allow you to take the 1 bolt loose that releases the strap that holds the filter in place. Once this bolt is out the strap should come loose. You should then be able to drop the filter and disconect the top hose. It's allot harder to disconect the hoses than it is to reconnect them. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to move the hose clamps around. Good luck, James
Under your master cylinder against the firewall.
the fuel filter is in the tank.
Are you referring to a 200 model Metro? If so, there is no fuel filter to replace. 1998-2000 Metros have a fuel strainer in the tank. I have a 1999 Metro 3-cylinder and learned this over the summer when contacting the Chevrolet dealer. Are you referring to a 200 model Metro? If so, there is no fuel filter to replace. 1998-2000 Metros have a fuel strainer in the tank. I have a 1999 Metro 3-cylinder and learned this over the summer when contacting the Chevrolet dealer.
The fuel filter is located on the firewall on a four cylinder 1995 Toyota pickup truck!
Inside of the gas tank.
I believe it is on the underside of the car just in front of the fuel tank.
The fuel filter is located by right side of the engine...It's in front of the master cylinder..
The fuel filter on a 2003 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner 4 cylinder is located underneath the intake manifold. The fuel filter can be purchased at any auto parts store.
The fuel filter is located on the drivers side under but close to the air filter and the brake master cylinder.
The fuel filter on a 1999 Mazda 626 LX 4-cylinder is located in the rear of the vehicle. It is in the fuel line in front of the gas tank.
The fuel filter for your Santafe is located in the fuel tank. Hope this answers your question on this subject.
The fuel filter is located in the fuel pump which is in the fuel tank. It is tha same for as the 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe.
front corner of fuel tank near the driver's rear wheel.
The fuel filter on a 2001 Chevy Metro LSI is located along the vehicle's frame, just beyond the fuel tank. It is positioned inline to prevent contaminants from reaching the engine and allow for easy replacement.
Its located in the fuel tank. It is not a serviceable part
I have a 97 Metro four door. The filter is located just forward of the rear axle. If you slide in just in front of the rear driver side wheel, it will be an inch above your nose. On most newer Metro's (and most vehicles manufactured today) the fuel filter is mounted with the fuel pump in the fuel tank. Generally have to drop the tank to service them.
On your 2000 CHEVROLET METRO (1.0L TBI), it is located: Under vehicle, center, below seating area, mounted in fuel tank
The Fuel filter is located on the firewall, next to the brake master cylinder and right behind and below the carb.
it is an inline filter located on the fire wall under the master cylinder.
Follow the fuel line from the engine to the tank and find it. It's in the fuel tank. Mine is bolted to the frame on the left front corner of the gas tank. It is a metal canister type filter.
The in-line fuel filter mounts to the frame above the rear of the fuel tank.
It is part of the fuel pump module in the tank.
93 Camry fuel filter is right below the brake master cylinder
The fuel filter is located under the hood on the drivers side beneath the master cylinder
fuel pump is in the gas tank and the filter is to the left of the master cylinder on the firewall