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where is the fuel filter located? ns was told it might be somewhere around the gas tank. Any help would be appreciated
there is a filter top top the bottom of the fuel pump assembly, however as much as the one thats inline (after fuel pump) ns am not as well sure...let me examine the fsm because that ya
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well that in the fsm which can be download from phat20g.net or every little thing the website is. Ns would short article the picture but my computer system is being happy at the moment
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Don"t understand if the specs room the same, however the filter on my SE is ~ above the bottom that the fuel pump. I was told by the dealer the its a maintenance free part reason you would have to change the entirety pump.
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there is a filter on the bottom that the pump and another one above the pump. They are both in the canister
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The filter is not serviceable. The is maintenance totally free and have the right to only be changed by replacing the whole fuel pump.
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yea i was told the same thing, simply wanted to do sure. My car has to be idleing at approximately 800 and it it kind of pops and also sems prefer its going to stall out. The feels prefer the fuel supply is clogged or something. Has anyone had comparable problems prefer that?
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Other Nissans, second-gen Altimas for example, had them there. A canister filter with fuel currently attached on every end. You know, timeless fuel filter.Newer Nissans have maint. Totally free filters inside the gas tank. The one they"re talking about under the pump isn"t yes, really a filter so lot as that is a "filter sock" design to save the really huge **** (pebbles i guess) out of the system. The various other filter is component of the fuel pump/level sensor/filter canister. I think girlfriend might have the ability to get simply the filter without buying the totality assembly however others to speak no for this reason I"m no 100% sure.
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oh ok, cool ns guess because i have the fsm i never check
I think friend might have the ability to get just the filter without buying the entirety assembly however others to speak no so I"m no 100% sure.
i wasn"t may be to, had actually to basically break that if you desire to get the filter offi had actually pics yet i guess ns deleted them
I saw the components department in ~ Nissan to acquisition a fuel filter because that my spring tune-up, and they confirmed that the cannot be replaced. Lock don"t even have a part no. On that filter because it is in truth a one piece unit with the pump.Here"s a question.......Can you clean the filter, favor blow it out with some compressed air or something, and then drop the fuel pump back into the tank?
Perfect because that my very first post lol I just joined... I acquired a 290k (km) sentra... And also the the fuel press is actual low (i had actually diagnostics done)... Need a new pump since apparently ns cant replace simply the filter... They quoted me $500 because that parts and also labour (local mechanic shop)... However ive viewed filters online for fifty percent the price... Have to i walk for one of those and also save myself almost $200... (if anyone wants to express one feeling free)
Perfect for my an initial post lol I simply joined... I acquired a 290k (km) sentra... And the the fuel push is genuine low (i had diagnostics done)... Need a brand-new pump because apparently i cant replace simply the filter... Castle quoted me $500 for parts and labour (local mechanic shop)... Yet ive seen filters online for half the price... Should i go for one of those and save myself almost $200... (if anyone desires to refer one feel free)
Can you connect one dude? Cuz as far as I recognize the just filters we have actually is 1 in the tank (the sock) & 2 the micron filter that"s inside the fuel injectors. Us can constantly fab increase an inline filter because that extra protection, just cut the fuel line and put one in. Ns wouldn"t introduce it though. And yea to buy the nissan fuel pump module and also install that yourself. Simply follow the FSM instructions. It"s not that hard. Girlfriend can access the pump like shannon claimed under the ago seat.

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Can you connect one dude? Cuz as much as I understand the just filters we have is 1 in the tank (the sock) & 2 the micron filter that"s within the fuel injectors. Us can constantly fab increase an inline filter for extra protection, just cut the fuel line and put one in. Ns wouldn"t recommend it though. And yea to buy the nissan fuel pump module and install that yourself. Simply follow the FSM instructions. It"s no that hard. Friend can access the pump prefer shannon claimed under the back seat.
my negative i didnt average i observed filters online... I mean the pump... Ns was just woried around not utilizing an oem pump (warranties and what not)
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