Where is the fuel filter located on a Dodge Caravan?
I just replaced the Fuel Filter on my 1990 Dodge Grand Caravan LE. The fuel filter was located on the passenger side, underneath the front passenger seat. If you go straight down from the front passenger door handle, its almost directly under it. You will have to get UNDER the van to see it, as it is mounted on the INSIDE of the chassis rail. It took one bolt to remove from the chassis, and two hose clamps to remove. BEWARE: it is a pressurized (lightly) fuel line. Wear some goggles, gloves, and have something to catch the fuel that will inevitably spill out. The filter itself was $12 at my local parts store. I also have a 1994 Plymouth Voyager, which is almost identical to the Caravan, and the fuel filter is located in the exact same position.
The fuel filter on a 1986 Dodge Caravan with a 2.6 liter gas engine is located underneath the hood near the upper radiator hose. It's made of metal and has two lines entering it near the top. Be sure the engine is COOL before changing or removing it due to it's location near the engine. The only other place I've seen fuel filters on a caravan is on the chassis underneath the passenger side door…
Everywhere I have looked including my repair manual says this year and model doesn't have a fuel filter. I confirmed this with my Dodge Dealer. On the 2005 Grand Caravan with Stow and Go, the fuel filter is in the tank and "never" needs replacing. ALSO FYI to make the most out of fuel milage, I was told regular oil changes, properly aired tires and NEVER add a fuel additive or cleaners to the tank.