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Old 11-07-2012, 12:07 AM   #1
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Fuel filter..??

anyone know if there is a fuel filter on a 2006 HHR LT...2.2..?? maybe just the sock on the pump in the tank..?? thanks
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Filter is a part of the pump.
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So there is no changable fuel filter??
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So there is no changable fuel filter??
Correct as I understand it. You can only purchase the ENTIRE fuel pump assembly, which contains the "sock" filter.
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not a servicable filter in the truck for the fuel it is in the tank
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not a servicable filter in the truck for the fuel it is in the tank
not a good idea....wonder why no inline filter..??
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not a good idea....wonder why no inline filter..??
Saves a few dollars on the manufacturing process.
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all years and engine combos like this ?
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Yes all are like this, in fact most all GM's are from 06+.
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thanks for the responce judge (thats a bad a$$ year gto) i take it they dont have the problems gm used to with the fuel pumps i have 107k on the panel
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