Fuel Filter Replacement
The fuel injectors in today’s vehicles have close-fitting parts that produce a fine spray of fuel that ignites and burns completely. Fuel injectors can be clogged by dirt, grit and contaminants. If that happens, the rule injector will produce a spray of fuel that doesn’t completely ignite. That, in turn, reduces the power and fuel economy produced by your vehicle’s engine. So, your vehicle also has a fuel filter that removes contaminants from the fuel before it enters the carburetor and fuel injectors in your vehicle’s engine.
Replacing your vehicle’s fuel filter helps keep the fuel system clean from dirt and rust. This, in turn, maintains fuel pump life, emissions, fuel efficiency and fuel performance.
We recommend that you replace the fuel filter as recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual or ask your TJ's technician for more details.
Should be serviced according to manufacturer’s recommended mileage interval
The old fuel filter is removed
The new fuel filter is installed according to manufacturer’s specifications
Your vehicle is started to build up pressure in your fuel system so that we can check for leaks