Fuel Filter location

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Old 21 Aug 2006, 10:18 pm   #1 (permalink)
ace
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My son in California has a 2002 Camary and he can't seem to find the
fuel filter. Can you help me tell him where it is located? He changed
his air filter to a K&N filter and had to disconnect a hose of the air
filter box ahd it had a vaccum on it when he disconnected it. after
that he go a check engine light and had the code checked and it was
IAT Sensor Malfuction with a code of P0110 (P zero one one zero). And
what did that mean?

Thank
In Florida and can't see the car myself

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Old 22 Aug 2006, 05:12 am   #2 (permalink)
m Ransley
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You wont need to change it if it is as big as my 91, its bigger than the
oil filter and good for life.

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Old 22 Aug 2006, 06:18 am   #3 (permalink)
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ace, 8/21/2006, 11:18:56 PM,
<1156216736.592317.253490@74g2000cwt.googlegroups. com> wrote:

> My son in California has a 2002 Camary and he can't seem to find the
> fuel filter. Can you help me tell him where it is located? He
> changed his air filter to a K&N filter and had to disconnect a hose
> of the air filter box ahd it had a vaccum on it when he disconnected
> it. after that he go a check engine light and had the code checked
> and it was IAT Sensor Malfuction with a code of P0110 (P zero one one
> zero). And what did that mean?
>
> Thank
> In Florida and can't see the car myself


They are usually attached to the firewall on the passenger side. It
really shouldn't need to be changed.
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