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Old 11-15-2013, 10:00 PM
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Hi Guys, Im doing a tune up to my 2010 Ram 1500 Hemi 5.7L Crew Cab 2WD and was looking for the location of the FUEL filter and can not find it any help would be great THANKS.
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It's in the tank. It's not meant to be replaced.
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Hey Guys, Thanks for the information I thought like on other vehicles there was a external filter one could replace to prevent damage to the fuel injectors and other fuel components as preventative maintenance thanks agin.
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Anyone have pictures of this internal fuel filter in the tank...???
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Anyone have pictures of this internal fuel filter in the tank...???
It's built into the fuel pump. I believe it's a screen on the pump itself. To replace the "filter," you'll have to replace the pump. Many manufacturers have gone this route. Personally, I'm on the fence with this; however, to their credit, I haven't had any fuel related problems.
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Wonder if an inline fuel filter could be installed? well anything can be installed, but wonder if there is a kit out there.
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