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Old 04-30-2016, 04:51 PM   #1
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Hey guys do our 2014 v6 have an inline fuel filter or just the in tank filter?
The parts store sell them, the over the counter manuals show them but I'll be dipped if I can find mine... This sounds familiar to earlier models...

Its sure not under the plastic shield on the drivers side.... The dealers are closed so I'm stumped...
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owners manuals say we a have a permanent one, its in the tank
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owners manuals say we a have a permanent one, its in the tank
Yeah I saw that and then I saw it listed in a Haynes service manual as having a inline also. So I call Azone down the street and they list wix, AC, Duralast and a few more for a 2014 v6.
Well I bought one just in case and since I cant use it it's going back...

Looks like 2010 was the last year for both they forgot to inform the part stores...
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personally I am wondering about adding one anyway
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personally I am wondering about adding one anyway
Sure won't hurt if you can connect it to handle the line pressure...
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Pull up and remove the rear seat cushion. I 'think' you can get to everything without removing the gas tank. The pump, filter and a filter sock is together. I may be wrong but i remember seeing the top of the gas tank after removing the rear seat and thinking, a fuel pump replacement will be easy when the time comes
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Pull up and remove the rear seat cushion. I 'think' you can get to everything without removing the gas tank. The pump, filter and a filter sock is together. I may be wrong but i remember seeing the top of the gas tank after removing the rear seat and thinking, a fuel pump replacement will be easy when the time comes
The only thing you'll probably find is the whole thing is a single part plus some gaskets and it will be a $2-300 job. While not terrible, it certainly isn't the old days where you could buy a $5 inline filter and replace it every year.
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The only thing you'll probably find is the whole thing is a single part plus some gaskets and it will be a $2-300 job. While not terrible, it certainly isn't the old days where you could buy a $5 inline filter and replace it every year.

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Pull up and remove the rear seat cushion. I 'think' you can get to everything without removing the gas tank. The pump, filter and a filter sock is together. I may be wrong but i remember seeing the top of the gas tank after removing the rear seat and thinking, a fuel pump replacement will be easy when the time comes
There is a hole in the floor under the seat? There must be a removable cover because water would get in thru the hole.
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There is a hole in the floor under the seat? There must be a removable cover because water would get in thru the hole.

No. There is a 'bolted' cover under the rear seat cushion. It might be the top of the gas tank. I think, if you remove the bolts and remove the plate, the fuel pump might be under there. I noticed it when i was up grading my rear deck speakers. I didn't pay a whole lot of attention to it.
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