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Fuel filter location #767392 11/25/06 02:08 AM
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Hi all...
New to the forum and I have a basic question as I have no manual.
Where is the fuel filter located on a 2001 Trooper?
Thanks.

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Re: Fuel filter location #767393 11/25/06 02:19 AM
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I don't know for sure, but most trucks I've seen have them on the frame rail close to the tank. Just follow the lines and you should be able to see it. Hope that helps.

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Re: Fuel filter location [Re: Richard Saylor] #767394 11/25/06 11:02 PM
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Check the passenger side on the inside of the frame just aft of the rear axle.


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