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I have a 2005 silverado through a 4.8l, wherein would the fuel filter be situated at ~ above the truck. I have looked every ~ above the truck and cant uncover it. Second problem when I reducerhigh or revolve the steering wheel as soon as im stopped the engine lugs down below 500 hundred rpm. What would cause this? Any help on these subjects would be substantially apperciated.
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yes i have actually a 05 gmc sierra and also there is no fuel filter, ns was called that normally is that getting poor or plugging up, you are claimed to change the pump. The pump and also filter space kinda like one, at the very least that is what i was told. The books say there is no filter because that my van tho. If girlfriend are having actually problems, i like to operation a bottle of LUCAS injection cleaner with my gas tank to clean all that shit out. Recording a bottle in and hit the interstate for about 5 minutes.
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The fuel filter is within the fuel module i m sorry is inside the fuel tank. That began in 2004 (gas models). You have actually to readjust the complete fuel module. The great news is this filter design lasts longer due to the fact that it only filters the fuel you burn in the engine. The older layout frame placed filters were constantly filtering fuel that circulated in between the tank and the engine. Your model auto does not recirculate fuel. I hope this helps.
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The lugging you spoke of can be a dirty accelerator body. My 2004 does the exact same thing ~ 70,000 miles.I expect this helps.

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Fuel filter instead of is extended within the "How to" section below where an ext information is available.
Thaks alot for the help you guys. Ns going come clean the throatle body this weekend and see if it helps.
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Mr simple fix. All the threads around fuel filters you"re replying to room really yes, really old dead threadsSent from mine iPhone making use of Tapatalk
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