you can also check your coil.it could be giving and taking power causing the backfire.then check your CARB!.I ran all new rubber lines($40 @auto parts) to the tank ,took me an hour !never had a fuel problem again.. If your exhaust is the O.E. exhaust it will have catalytic converters. Check to ensure that the "honeycomb" inside is not melted, or broken. This can cause lack of power and backfires through the exhaust. It is your smog pump or something in that ballpark.
No, backfire is usually caused by park plug wires that are installed incorrectly or an engine that is out of time. Fuel filter and pump will not cause backfire.
Could be anything from dirty fuel filter, bad fuel pump, fouled spark plugs, worn out plug wires, dirty intake, etc...
The fuel filter is part of the pump module in the fuel tank on a 2006 Dodge Charger.
FUEL FILTER MAY BE DIRTY
let me think about it...
on my 68 charger it is in line between fuel pump & carburator
Try changing the fluid and filter.
iT IS IN THE GAS TANK.
The fuel filter is part of the pump module in the fuel tank.
It's in the fuel tank.
underneath the car on the fuel line in front of the gas tank.
assumming this is not a fuel injection,but carburetted model, you need to clean carburetter ,and most likely replace accerator pump.also check to make sure needle and seat do not need replacing,and check that choke is not sticking on
look in your owners manual.
The only fuel filter that I'm aware of is actually inside of the fuel tank
Could be plugged fuel filter, sticking float:Change fuel filter, clean carb.
Yes if you have the tube on the other end of the filter sticking out of the water it will aerate bubbles will be in the tank
depends on type of car and transmssion, explain more please. could be easy as a filter and oil change,or could be a solonoid sticking.
The standard setup that Dodge has used in this generation of Chargers is to use an integrated fuel filter - meaning the filter is inside of the fuel tank itself.
The fuel filter is inside of the fuel tank, so you'll have to drain/drop the tank first.
5 qts. with a new filter.
Yes, nut it is inside the tank on the pump module.
check fuel filter and spark plugs.
It is part of the fuel pump assembly and you can't replace it.
If it backfires thru the intake/carb the spark arrester prevents this. It is the metal looking air filter on carburetor...
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