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Don - Mo Lurch, Aftermarket & Factory Electronics
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Experience:  Cert. Chrysler Warnty, Heavy Line Mech, Mobile Electronics. Sales, Installation & Repair for 30 years
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Chrysler Pacifica how do I replace the gas tank filter on

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how do I replace the gas tank filter on an 06 pacifica



how do I replace the gas tank filter on an 06 pacifica


you will need to remove fuel tank & pump

here is Dhrysler procedure for pump & filter


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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
I should have typed gas tank AIR filter


I should have typed gas tank AIR filter


sorry for the delay.............


not familiar with "Gas tank Air Filter"...???


was there a problem or specific thing you were wanting to do?





Customer: replied 6 years ago.
I got the answer.
Thanks all the same.
The air vent filter is actually an air vent valve w/ filter which allows gas from one side to the other as without it there's a vacuum. So, when needed, the computer tells the valve to open and thereby eliminating the vacuum which would otherwise occur when the draw on the gas happens. It's part of the re-vaporization system. Simple solution leave the gas cap loose. You have to go through a test procedure in a bulletin on this and two problems reported. 1) slow to fill the gas tank 2) gas gauge reads 1/2 full then suddenly drops to empty and you run out of gas, try to re-fill and you can only put in 4 6 gallons. The filter on the valve is the culprit usually dirty but I had no knowledge of the location, how to access it or how to remove the tank (I thought it might be mounted on the top) I was wrong.
go here also I've tested mine and I have confirmed I was right in my diagnosis.


THANK YOU for the response.........

hope you get it done


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