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Your 2000 Chevy Tahoe does not stay running you have replaced the plugs cables and fuel filter The check engine light does not come on What else could be wrong?


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2008-02-19 18:48:41
2008-02-19 18:48:41

Vacuum leak?


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check that the O ring was replaced when oil filter was changed. id O ring is good and filter is tight, and housing still leaking, replace filter housing

If the diesel fuel "gels" then yes the filter will need replaced.

A dirty air filter can cause your engine to stall out, or only run at higher rpm's. Try changing the air filter to see if the problem clears up.

Yes (, just be sure the engine is not running) .

You do not need a photo. Just follow the fuel lines from the fuel tank to the engine and you will find the filter. If you find no filter then the filter is a permanent filter inside the fuel tank that is replaced when the fuel pump is replaced.

A clogged or defective fuel filter will very likely cause a check engine light. If it is suspected, it should be replaced.

Not a problem unless you plan on running the engine... Of course it is a problem. An oil filter is mandatory for the life of the engine.

No it would not as it is for emissions only and has nothing to do with engine running. If you have a problem then you will need to have the engine scanned for codes and diagnosed. That should fix your running problem. If you have not replaced the fuel filter in the last 2 years or 30,000 miles then that should help the situation.

They are both very important. But a clogged fuel filter will stop the engine from even running. A clogged air filter will hurt performance and mileage but will not stop the engine from running unless it is totally clogged. Replace the air filter every 30,000 miles and the fuel filter every 50,000 miles.

The oil filter on the Kia Sportage is found on the driver's side of the engine. The oil filter should be replaced during an oil change.

The air filter on an Audi A6 Quattro with a 2.7L turbo charged engine is replaced by opening the retaining clips and lifting the filter cover. The old filter can then be pulled from the compartment and a new filter installed.

Yes , although you will have to top up the engine oil level ( or prefill the new engine oil filter ) * assuming you haven't put the required amount of oil in the engine already *

On a 2002 - it is on the drivers side of the engine toward the back. It is replaced from the top of the engine. If the engine is hot, do not try and change or be very careful

the fuel filter is located right on top of engine. there is a big aluminum cylander with a black cap on it, you have to unscrew the cap to remove filter.

Well, depends what engine? Spark plug's, air filter, oil, oil filter. Check carb's if any. Timing if it is really running bad. Knowing what engine sure would help.

If it is the 4.3 liter engine and you have drained all the oil out of the engine oil pan and you have replaced the old oil filter with a new oil filter, then you need to add 5 quarts of engine oil to get the proper level in your engine.

The fuel filter, on your 1993 Chevy 6.5 liter diesel engine, can be removed by turning the fuel filter to the left. The fuel filter will come off and can be replaced with a new filter.

Engine bay, above the battery. Fuel lines running in and out. Can't miss it

It is most likely just the fuel filter that needs to be replaced.

sounds like a fuel problem change the fuel filter first

You do not clean any fuel filter you just replace it. If it has a filter in the tank it is a permanent filter that is only replaced when the pump is replaced.

The volume of oil running through the filter while the engine is running. The threads might be the same on the filters but the diameter will most likely not be. This will not create a proper seal if the inapropriate filter is used causing oil leakage and engine ceasing. Please do not try to use a different oil filter than what is recommended by the oil filter manufacturer for the specific vehicle.

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