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How do I change my fuel filter

What steps and how do I change the fuel filter in my 2010 Honda Civic?

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Albert Miller, it is bundled with the fuel pump, pressure regulator, and fuel level sending unit in the gas tank. There is an access panel in the trunk in the middle of the floor right behind the rear seats

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Your car does not have an (external) fuel filter like older Civics. It does have an in-tank filter that is connected to the fuel pump, which is in the fuel tank.

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This might help you. https://youtu.be/wzRdwpUJ1OM

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On most modern vehicles, the fuel filter, fuel pump, sensors, and other ancillary hardware are all located in the gas tank. They're designed to last the life of the vehicle and as such aren't easy to service. Gasoline is pretty clean these days so there's little reason to change the filter unless you have a specific reason.

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Pick problems in hilly areas. Sometimes raise in temperature by two bars

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