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98 Accord fuel filter?

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Want to change the fuel filter but don't know where it is.

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2.3 L 4 cyl.

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Barry
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It's a non-serviceable item for the 98-02 4 cyl. So there's just the strainer in the tank.

So, which is it is there a fuel filter or not in this model of Honda, or do I need to be looking for the strainer, and if so please clarify as to where I can find it. Thank you

Flo,

Does not have one. check here http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/forum/ge... good luck

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Not exactly "non-servicable" but there IS NO filter in 1998-2002 Accord in USA. Only the strainer in the fuel tank which you don't routinely replace. The only time you should consider replacing the strainer is if you actually measure low fuel pressure at the fuel rail.

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stick your head under your driver side front door. You should be able to see the fuel tank and some lines comming from it heading towards the engine. The fuel filter should look like a small soda can in one of those lines. Takes two open-end wrenches, and a bucket to catch extra gas (don't smoke while doing this...)

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Paul Mclellan
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The fuel filter on 98s is part of the fuel pump--non serviceable item. I confirmed this with the repair shop.

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