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how do I change the fuel filter on my 1995 Chrysler New yorker.

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how do I change the fuel filter on my 1995 Chrysler New yorker.


The fuel filter is in the rear on the passenger side just before the wheel.There are two ways they connect the hoses.

One is with clamps, which you just use a screwdriver and loosen the clamps.

The other is with clips.Clean the area around the clamps and spray some wd-40 in the clip.Then push the clip into the hose and pull the hose off the filter.

Here are some pics. steve


Fuel Filter Location


  1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal, and remove the fuel tank cap.
  2. Raise, and support the vehicle for access.
  3. Remove fuel filter hoses and clamps from the inlet and outlet fuel nipples. Remove the retaining strap bolt, and remove the filter.


  1. Install the new filter in the retaining strap. Check the direction of flow by the markings on the filter, and ensure it is correct.
  2. Install the retaining strap bolt, and torque to 8.8 ft-lbs (12 Nm)
  3. Install the inlet and outlet hoses, and clamps. Tighten the clamps securely. Lower the vehicle. Connect the negative battery terminal
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