It is underneath the van on the passenger side top of the fuel tank which is on the driver's side of the van. Does anyone have experience with this? I also noticed that the diagram has a fuel pump with 3 outlets, and mine has only one. Are you sure that it is the problem. The fuel pump in my 1995 Grand Voyager went at about 150K miles. How do they know what the fuel I buy will contain? As a filter gathers dirt, doesn't it start to block? Have a fault code reading to ensure that you have the fault Apr 02, 2013 The regulator is in the fuel tank. In addition, based on the filters large surface area I doubt suction would ever approach the point of pulling particles past the filter media. Unless you are constantly filling at some hole-in-the-wall station that sees a very low turn-over in fuel, you're probably good to go.
They do not stock the filter and were unsure how to order one. All of our Fuel Filters are guaranteed to fit if you use enter your Dodge Grand Caravan into your Year Make Model selector. That with a little vasaline on the return port of the pump and it slid together. Food for thought, if it's below 40 degrees and your outside the plastic is very stiff. Or if there is, where can it be? The whole job can be done with the car just slightly elevated but watch for the inevitable gasoline spill from the lines and the filter - a couple cups anyways. If its abov … e the tank it's the same idea except you just drop the tank about 6 inches and you can get to it. I declined, since I knew that on my van it was fairly easy to replace the fuel filter.
The parts guy said that it is very unusual to change the filter on this van. I have checked the maintenance guide and there is no mention of an interval to change out the filter. The fuel filter was located on the passenger side, underneath the front passenger seat. I believe the 1988 Caravan has the fuel filter in a similar location. Cheaper than a new fuel pump.
Add me to your count maybe that makes it two hands? You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. After they replaced the fuel pump, I replaced the fuel filter myself. Cannot be combined with any other discount or coupon. The tank must be lowered downto access the filter and lines. As I understand, it's above the fuel tank, and not very easy to get to. If you go straight down from the front passenger door handle, its almost directly under it.
If these pumps were so affected, I'm quite sure we'd be hearing about lots of fuel pump failures, and to be quite honest, I've been tracking automotive related boards for nearly ten years now and I think I can count the number of fuel pump failures I've read about on the fingers of one hand and that's for all makes and models that I track combined. Doesn't this have an effect on the fuel pump? I have also called the dealer. Loosen the rear strap so that the tank drops and will clear the line. Before you do anything remove pressure o … n fuel line as described in a shop manual. I've seen a few posts regarding the merits of changing or not but I'd like to stay away from all that and just pass along some pointers. I would have them check it and see if there is any sign of damage to the fuel filter or if it leaks.
Not a common thing to change. The lines are connected using plastic clips the you just compress and it should release easily if there isn't tons of dirt there. If you go straight down from the front passenger door handle, its almost directly under it. Simply pull the rubber hoses off both ends of the filter and replace it with the new one. I'm just thinking out loud. When they replaced it, they recommended a new fuel filter. Or, is the fuel filter so porous that it lets everything in? It has three lines with two going to tank and 1 going forward to engine.
The fuel pump in my 1995 Grand Voyager went at about 150K miles. This allowed the one side of the tank to be lowered a few inches onto a couple of pieces of wood for support. Loosen or cut the factory clamps I'd replace all four of them with stainless hose clamps - the … y are usually badly rusted. The fuel filter was located on the passenger side, underneath the front passenger seat. I learned this one thehard way. Pull the 2 plastic clips from each end of the filter, saving them for re-use.
If you drive in dusty or sandy conditions, you should change your filter more frequently. These filters are fairly inexpensive, so check out our page for great deals and coupons on a new one tip: buy several, when you go to check the filter on your Grand Caravan, you can easily swap it for a new one if it is dirty. And praise God for a mother who prays for me while I work on her van. I researched the situation a little but as it was fine at highway speeds didn't get around to doing much. When they replaced it, they recommended a new fuel filter. The manual tells you to bleed the pressure from the line prio … r to changing the filter as it is under 65 psi.
You should now see the filter assembly. First it would help if the Gas Tank was mt. Has hose into and out of canister about 4-5inches long held on by a bracket with one bolt. According to my manual, the fuel filter is located under thevehicle and on top of the fuel tank. I also sprayed above the tank with RustCheck spray prior to re-installing it. The whole job took less than an hour.