I have a 1998 lexus gs400 some lowlife Moran put sugar in my gas tank I drove my car it started sputtering and shut off on me I had it towed home I drained out all the fuel and cleaned out the fuel pu

Asked by Aug 12, 2017 at 12:33 AM about the 1998 Lexus GS 400

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1998 lexus gs400 some Moran put sugar
in my gas tank I drained out fuel in the tank and
cleaned all the sugar I can find I also cleaned out
fuel pump but I can't find the fuel filter

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Many have asked where the GS fuel filter was located and the answer has been-it does not have one. The pic listed shows the GS fuel filter. It is supposed to be a lifetime unit, but...............you know how that goes. Cost is from 19.00-43.00 depending on your relationship with your dealer. The sock is from 6.00-12.00. HELLO...It is located in the fuel tank under the rear seat and dissasembly of the fuel pump unit is required. Total labor is around 20 minutes if your familiar with tools. If your going to attempt this yourself, keep in mind that you will need all new o- rings(sold individually) and new sock clamp down. They are not included.

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