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Old 07-16-2003, 07:12 AM   #1
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'97 Fuel Filter Location?

I'm wanting to replace my fuel filter on my new '97 4runner, and I was wondering if it's in the same location as my '98? If so, I've got the manual for it, and it won't be hard. But, if not, then I need to know where it's located and where I should get the filter? Should I get a Toyota filter or an aftermarket that's better than stock? Thanks for the the help,

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My 96 is right under the drivers side seat, up in the frame. You cant miss it.

For the mods you have, I would consider going with an aftermarket filter. K&N makes them. You may want to call Wallbro and get their recommendation.
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It sould be along the DS frame, same location as the '98.
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Do you know if the K&N fuel filters are good, but let particles through that aren't supposed to like their air filters?

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I just checked K&N's website and they don't indicate that they make one for the 4runners? Any other ideas?

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Summit has a ton of aftermarket fuel filters.
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You aren't kidding! How to decide is the problem with their site. I don't know how to determine if they'll work or not for my '97.

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