I was going to do a fuel filter on my car the hyundai guy told me I go through the seat to get there. How does the seat come out, and is it tough to do once its out.
I've got 105k and I've never replaced it... apparently (as per Jone's Hyundai Bel Air) it never needs to be changed. It's in tank...NovaResource said:The fuel filter is in the tank itself with the electric fuel pump. There are 2 black plastic tabs on the front of the rear seat and 2 bolts inbetween the lowerportion and the upper portion. Remove the bolts and push on the tabs to remove the rear seat. Very easy. I can't help you with the filter replacement because I've never done it. Good luck.
Hyundai dealership where I am said it needs to be cahnged every 100k. But then a service station told me every 60k. I'll go with the dealer. Anyone have any idea what the actual pump costs?wallytiburon said:I've got 105k and I've never replaced it... apparently (as per Jone's Hyundai Bel Air) it never needs to be changed. It's in tank...
Anyone else know any different?
Where did you get the pump, whats it do and how much?zeenon53 said:I just changed my pump out to a more powerful one. I re-used the same filter. I don't think tat the filter will ever need to be changed judgeing by the material it is made of and all. I wouldn't bother changeing it.
It sprays more fuel and its a mod you'll definitely will need that when your boosting that much air. He probably got it from Nextgen and you wont need this if your N/Alandshark03 said:Where did you get the pump, whats it do and how much?