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fuel filter help!!!please!

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by Silverado1500, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. Silverado1500

    Silverado1500 Rockstar 100 Posts

    so i tried replacing my fuel filter. i got rid of the pressure then sprayed some pb blaster to loosen the bolts. i got the bolt on the right side off easy but i stripped the one on the left so i used vise grips. the vise grips got grip but now the side of the fuel filter is bent and i think its leaking a little gas!

    i dont know what to do and i need advice quickk
  2. roger97338

    roger97338 Member

    Buy and install a new, non-leaking fuel filter.
  3. paidtofit

    paidtofit New Member

    is it the nut on the fuel line that is stripped or the back-up nut on the filter itself cause you should be able to turn the one that is away from the filter and back-up the one on the filter that's what I just did hopefully you don't need a new line

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