how do you release fuel filter from fuel line


Asked by May 30, 2014 at 03:38 PM about the 1992 Dodge Dynasty 4 Dr LE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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how do you release fuel filter from fuel line

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in line under tank in back

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Should be attached by a clip or clamp. You have to release it.

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well you say it's in-line and you found it (at least it isn't in the tank) Never did a 1992 dynasty but unless it's some kind of weird dynasty contraption it's should be easy,[unless it hard to get at] ...1/ you are working with GAS so don't be smoking nor have a hot exhaust.... 2/ should be able to see a nut on both ends......3/ undo engine side a tad just to slowly let pressure out.......4/ hold filter with a wrench and undo nut with another wrench......5/,, & re.......6/..done...........REMEMBER IT'S GAS SO keep it off you,out of your eyes and away from flame & heat.[like any re & re -check for leaks afterwards.]


I assumed it was the kind with nuts ;otherwise,wouldn't he see a simple clip.

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