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Old 10-22-2007, 09:52 AM   #1
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Does anybody know where the fuel filter is located on a 2006 Crew Cab Silverado.
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Old 10-22-2007, 09:59 AM   #2
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in tank, no serviceable filter on 04-up
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In da TANK!! Retarded isnt it!
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its a sock on the bottom of the fuel pump inside the tank...supposed to be good for the life of the pump...
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it can be replaced, and is recomended to do so at 100,000 miles
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thanks guys almost went crazy looking for it
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Actually Guys... Its Not The Sock... Thats The Strainer... If You Pull The Pump Apart.. It Actually Has A Standard Canister Fuel Filter Element Inside The Fuel Pump Module
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it can be replaced, and is recomended to do so at 100,000 miles
IT CAN?? I WORK FOR GM AND HAVE FOR YEARS... IVE NEVER SEEN IT REPLACED?
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IT CAN?? I WORK FOR GM AND HAVE FOR YEARS... IVE NEVER SEEN IT REPLACED?
of course it can..when you change the pump
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Actually Guys... Its Not The Sock... Thats The Strainer... If You Pull The Pump Apart.. It Actually Has A Standard Canister Fuel Filter Element Inside The Fuel Pump Module
i stand corrected
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